gleam with (something)

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gleam with (something)

To shimmer or twinkle with something. Katie's engagement ring looked especially stunning as it gleamed with sunlight. Lydia's eyes gleamed with emotion as she listened to the toast in her honor.
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gleam with something

to sparkle or shine with something. The crystal goblets gleamed with the sparkling candlelight. The glass gleamed with a bright reflection.
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References in classic literature ?
With him rode the King of Majorca, the hostage King of Navarre, and the fierce Don Pedro of Spain, whose pale blue eyes gleamed with a sinister light as they rested once more upon the distant peaks of the land which had disowned him.
The Emperor's mild and handsome face was flushed and his eyes gleamed with resolution and anger.
The Myrmidons were struck with awe, and none dared look full at it, for they were afraid; but Achilles was roused to still greater fury, and his eyes gleamed with a fierce light, for he was glad when he handled the splendid present which the god had made him.
But Dutkiewicz, in her fourth year as principal dancer, also gleamed with porcelain elegance in the Bluebird Pas de Deux and showed a fine sense of comedy in Graduation Ball and as the daredevil rider of a steno chair in Linda Graham's Chair Study.