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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglimmeringglim‧mer‧ing /ˈɡlɪmərɪŋ/ noun [countable often plural]  SMALLa small sign of thought or feeling The glimmerings of an idea began to come to him.
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glimmeringAs I stride across the plain I feel I have a glimmering of what it means.Up in the sky, there was the faintest glimmering of a moon.We are now witnessing the first glimmerings of democracy in that part of the world.Now they can't see each other's face, just Harriet's hair glimmering.While reading the anonymous notes the glimmering of an idea had come to him but he could not sharpen the focus.
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