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Example sentences for glisten

Summer sunbathers glisten with tanning oil made from it.
The dragonfly's see-through wings glisten in the sunlight.
In winter, frost and ice may glisten on the branches.
Dry materials should be gradually wetted with a fine spray and mixed until they glisten with moisture.
The river valleys glisten with the leaves of huge cottonwoods, green in the summer and golden in the fall.
The surface should glisten, but have no standing water.
Dark, tea-colored waters glisten beneath overhanging branches of bald cypress.
When dry, large areas glisten due to evaporite minerals on the surface.
The mountains glisten with snow that, if we're lucky, will support stream flows come summer.
After the first wetting, pastes of these soils usually stiffen and lose the glisten on standing.

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