glisten with (something)

(redirected from glistening 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?
See also: glisten

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.
See also: glisten
References in classic literature ?
"Please don't," she cried, "it is cruel;" and I saw that her eyes were indeed glistening with tears.
That part of the expedition was easy enough, though the horses were painfully glistening with icicles, and the aspect of the tram- conductors' faces presented a repulsive blending of crimson and purple.
From the manmade glory of the Tyne's bridges to the natural wonder of a spider's web glistening with frost in Northumberland, we receive hundreds of your snaps every month and these are just a few of the highlights.
Though glistening with fat when gently pressed, they were very hot and of reasonable value at pounds 1.20 for 320g.
In theory, Frankie Dettori will ride Glistening with Kerrin McEvoy on Soulacroix."
And there in the Harvey Milk auditorium, as I was telling the story, I caught Melanie's eyes--they were glistening with tears.