glisten with

glisten with (something)

To shimmer or twinkle with something. Katie's engagement ring looked especially stunning as it glistened with sunlight. Stop teasing her! Can't you see that her eyes are glistening with tears?
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glisten with something

to sparkle or shimmer with something. The trees glistened with a thin coating of ice from the freezing rain. Fran's eyes glistened with a few tears.
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A signal case in point is The Americans, US Gymnastics Team: Like several of White's subjects, the coach and the injured young female athlete he cradles Pieta-like in his arms both glisten with a sheen of vaguely postcoital perspiration, their expressions caught precisely on the cusp of pain and pleasure.
OXNARD - The 38th annual Parade of Lights in Oxnard will light up a five-mile stretch of coastline around Channel Island Harbor on Friday as homes, shops and marinas glisten with holiday lights.
The seven-and-a-half foot tree, decorated with silver and white with hints of iridescent blue, will glisten with handmade ornaments, icicles of glass, pearly snowflakes and a shimmering angel on the top.