glim definition

  • noun:
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • The lighting provided off by these types of a source.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • An eye.
    • brightness; splendour
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • A light or candle.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, by a lamp or candle.
    • An eye.
    • Glimpse; glance.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • The illumination given off by these types of a source.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • an eye fixed.
    • brightness; splendour
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • A light or candle.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, by a lamp or candle.
    • An eye.
    • Glimpse; glance.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • The lighting given off by such a source.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • a watch.
    • brightness; splendour
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • A light or candle.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, since a lamp or candle.
    • a watch.
    • Glimpse; glance.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • The illumination given off by such a source.
    • The illumination given down by these types of a source.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • a watch.
    • An eye.
    • brightness; splendour
    • brightness; splendour
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • A light or candle.
    • A light or candle.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • The illumination offered off by these types of a source.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • a watch.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, at the time of a lamp or candle.
    • brightness; splendour
    • An eye.
    • A light, by a lamp or candle.
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • Glimpse; look.
    • A light or candle.
    • an eye fixed.
    • Glimpse; glimpse.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, at the time of a lamp or candle.
    • an eye fixed.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • The lighting given down by such a source.
    • Glimpse; glance.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • a watch.
    • brightness; splendour
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • A source of light, as a candle.
    • The illumination given off by such a source.
    • The illumination offered down by these types of a source.
    • A light or candle.
    • The illumination offered off by such a source.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • The illumination given off by these types of a source.
    • a watch.
    • a watch.
    • brightness; splendour
    • A light, candle, lantern.
    • An eye.
    • brightness; splendour
    • An eye.
    • brightness; splendour
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • brightness; splendour
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • A light or candle.
    • A light or candle.
    • Brightness; splendor.
    • A light or candle.
    • A light or candle.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, by a lamp or candle.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, by a lamp or candle.
    • A light, at the time of a lamp or candle.
    • An eye.
    • An eye.
    • a watch.
    • Glimpse; glance.
    • Glimpse; look.
    • Glimpse; glimpse.
    • Brightness; sheen.
    • A light, as of a lamp or candle.
    • A light, at the time of a lamp or candle.
    • An eye.
    • Glimpse; look.
    • An eye.
    • Glimpse; look.
  • others:
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • Also glime.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • In addition glime.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • Also glime.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • Also glime.
    • additionally glime.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • Also glime.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • Also glime.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • additionally glime.
    • To shine; glimmer.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • To glance slyly; look askance.
    • Also glime.
    • Also glime.
    • Also glime.

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