Definition of Shine at
1. Verb. Be good at. "She shines at math"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Shine At
Literary usage of Shine at
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to the by Samuel Pepys, Richard Griffin Braybrooke (1855)
"This morning up by moon-shine, at five o'clock, to Whitehall, to meet Mr. Moore at the Privy Scale, and there I heard of a fray between the two Embassadors ..."
2. Scientific Memoirs, Being Experimental Contributions to a Knowledge of by John William Draper (1878)
"CONTENTS :—Ascertainment of the temperature at which bodies become self-luminous; it is 977° Fahr.—Proof that all solids begin to shine at the same degree. ..."
3. Annotations Upon Popular Hymns by Charles Seymour Robinson (1893)
"4 One blessed fellowship of love, Thy living church should stand, Till, faultless, she at last above Shall shine at thy right hand. ..."
4. A Text-book on Chemistry by John William Draper (1861)
"I therefore infer that all solids and liquids begin to shine at the same degree of the thermometer. What is tb« temperature of ignition? ..."
5. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1849)
"In air impregnated with vapour of alcohol, phosphorus does not shine at 26'7°. (Graham.) Phosphorus shines at 19a in air with ..."