Definition of Glinty

1. Adjective. Tending to glint. ¹



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Definition of Glinty

1. glittering [adj GLINTIER, GLINTIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glinty

glimms
glimpse
glimpsed
glimpser
glimpsers
glimpses
glimpsing
glims
glint
glint in the milkman's eye
glinted
glintier
glintiest
glinting
glints
glinty (current term)
glio-
glioblast
glioblastoma
glioblastoma multiforme
glioblastomas
glioblastomata
glioblastosis cerebri
glioma
glioma of optic chiasm
glioma of the spinal cord
gliomas
gliomata
gliomatosis
gliomatosis cerebri

Literary usage of Glinty

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"... recently a fine specimen, which certainly did bloom at Christmas, but only the second blossoming in May was fertile. Called also Holy Thorn. glinty ..."

2. The West Somerset Word-book: A Glossary of Dialectal and Archaic Words and by Frederick Thomas Elworthy (1886)
"glinty [glun-tee], vi To glisten ; to sparkle. I thort I zeed something glinty, and there sure enough I ..."

3. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1879)
"glinty, I know you 're a poor, lone, widdy woman, and the bit and the sup for the childer is hard to get, and you 're welcome to three o' my pigs, ..."

4. The English Illustrated Magazine (1901)
"My eyc^ is glinty yet. I dinna ken about Broon Hilda, but if she liket a storm, I like her." " She and her sisters rode upon the storm," said Izaak ..."

5. The Bishop of Cottontown: A Story of the Southern Cotton Mills by John Trotwood Moore (1906)
"Going over to her cottage, he was told by her mother, a glinty-eyed, shrewd looking, hard featured woman — that Samantha was " mighty nigh dead. ..."

6. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"... recently a fine specimen, which certainly did bloom at Christmas, but only the second blossoming in May was fertile. Called also Holy Thorn. glinty ..."

7. The West Somerset Word-book: A Glossary of Dialectal and Archaic Words and by Frederick Thomas Elworthy (1886)
"glinty [glun-tee], vi To glisten ; to sparkle. I thort I zeed something glinty, and there sure enough I ..."

8. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1879)
"glinty, I know you 're a poor, lone, widdy woman, and the bit and the sup for the childer is hard to get, and you 're welcome to three o' my pigs, ..."

9. The English Illustrated Magazine (1901)
"My eyc^ is glinty yet. I dinna ken about Broon Hilda, but if she liket a storm, I like her." " She and her sisters rode upon the storm," said Izaak ..."

10. The Bishop of Cottontown: A Story of the Southern Cotton Mills by John Trotwood Moore (1906)
"Going over to her cottage, he was told by her mother, a glinty-eyed, shrewd looking, hard featured woman — that Samantha was " mighty nigh dead. ..."

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