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glisten

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglistenglis‧ten /ˈɡlɪsən/ verb [intransitive]  SHINEto shine and look wet or oilyglisten with The boy’s back was glistening with sweat. glistening black hairsee thesaurus at shine→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
glistenThe grey roofs glistened after the rain.The ballroom was to the left, and, in 1902, its chandeliers threw glistening blurs on a flawless parquet floor.What a glistening gift was her gift to me!Everywhere you look, little shards of glass glistening in the lamplight.Blood glistened on the jaguar's shoulder.A round table was covered with a white linen cloth and glistening silverware.I could almost see her come out of the water with her short hair glistening wet and pressed to her forehead.The tarmac glistened wet and the trees in the pier gardens dripped.They strain every muscle as they pedal; their bodies glisten with sweat; all are skinny, some wasted.When we finished the set, Katie's face was red and glistening with sweat.glisten withHis chest was glistening with sweat.
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Verb table
glisten
Simple Form
Present
itglistens
glisten
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Past
it, theyglistened
Present perfect
theyhave glistened
ithas glistened
Past perfect
it, theyhad glistened
Future
it, theywill glisten
Future perfect
it, theywill have glistened
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare glistening
itis glistening
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Past
theywere glistening
itwas glistening
Present perfect
theyhave been glistening
ithas been glistening
Past perfect
it, theyhad been glistening
Future
it, theywill be glistening
Future perfect
it, theywill have been glistening
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