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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlusterlus‧ter /ˈlʌstə $ -ər/ noun [singular, uncountable]  x-refthe American spelling of lustre
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lusterManufacturers are responding with blended traditional lines with subtle hits of luxury and luster.Colds, flu or any ailment that diminishes vocal stamina and luster are potentially disastrous.She stayed there till she married, adding her luster to the address.Beverly Hills has not lost its luster.As hospitals employ fewer registered nurses, nursing is losing some of its luster as a profession.Wax is sprayed on the apples to give them more luster.The grueling events of this century should long ago have stripped the luster from those two impostors.However, for Mr Hamlin, the Richmond bonds lost their luster in the repricing.But more recently his results seems to have lost some of their luster.
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