Gleaming with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
gleam with (something) (redirected from gleaming with)
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.
gleam with something
to sparkle or shine with something. The crystal goblets gleamed with the sparkling candlelight. The glass gleamed with a bright reflection.
References in periodicals archive
The town is gleaming with
modern blue and white Christmas lights, set off by a spectacular 28ft conical Christmas tree.
All these sources come out gleaming with
glamor and fuzzy with feminist wit.
"What?" Ricky shouted, his eyes opening wide and gleaming with
The entrance of a little girl in a party dress, carrying a birthday cake gleaming with
candles, ushers you into the surreal world of Pat Graney's Sleep [making peace with the angels!.