glimmering definition

  • verb:
    • Present participle of glimmer.
    • provide participle of glimmer.
    • provide participle of glimmer.
    • provide participle of glimmer.
    • provide participle of glimmer.
    • Present participle of glimmer.
    • Present participle of glimmer.
    • Present participle of glimmer.
    • Present participle of glimmer.
    • provide participle of glimmer.
    • provide participle of glimmer.
  • noun:
    • Faint, unsteady light; a glimmer.
    • A faint view or concept; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a-glimmer; a faint glow or gleam: since, a slight glimmering of sense.
    • A dim or obscure view or notion; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • hook suggestion or vague understanding
    • Faint, unsteady light; a-glimmer.
    • Faint, unsteady light; a glimmer.
    • A faint view or idea; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A faint view or idea; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a-glimmer; a faint shine or gleam: because, a slight glimmering of good sense.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a-glimmer; a faint glow or gleam: since, a slight glimmering of good sense.
    • A dim or obscure view or thought; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • A dim or unclear view or notion; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • hook recommendation or obscure comprehension
    • hook suggestion or vague comprehension
    • Faint, unsteady light; a-glimmer.
    • A faint view or idea; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a glimmer; a faint glow or gleam: as, a slight glimmering of sense.
    • A dim or vague view or notion; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • hook suggestion or vague understanding
    • Faint, unsteady light; a-glimmer.
    • Faint, unsteady light; a-glimmer.
    • A faint view or idea; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A faint view or idea; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a-glimmer; a faint shine or gleam: as, a slight glimmering of sense.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a glimmer; a faint radiance or gleam: because, a small glimmering of feeling.
    • Faint, unsteady light; a glimmer.
    • A dim or vague view or idea; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • A faint view or idea; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • a slight advice or obscure comprehension
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a-glimmer; a faint radiance or gleam: because, a small glimmering of feeling.
    • A dim or unclear view or notion; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • a slight suggestion or vague comprehension
    • A dim or obscure view or idea; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • hook advice or vague comprehension
    • Faint, unsteady light; a glimmer.
    • Faint, unsteady light; a glimmer.
    • a light view or concept; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A faint view or idea; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a-glimmer; a faint glow or gleam: as, hook glimmering of sense.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a-glimmer; a faint glow or gleam: since, a small glimmering of good sense.
    • A dim or unclear view or notion; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • A dim or unclear view or thought; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • a slight suggestion or obscure understanding
    • a slight advice or vague comprehension
    • Faint, unsteady light; a glimmer.
    • A faint view or concept; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a glimmer; a faint glow or gleam: as, a small glimmering of feeling.
    • A dim or vague view or thought; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • Faint, unsteady light; a glimmer.
    • hook recommendation or obscure understanding
    • A faint view or concept; a glimpse; an inkling.
    • A feeble, unsteady light; a glimmer; a faint radiance or gleam: since, hook glimmering of sense.
    • A dim or unclear view or notion; an inkling; a glimpse.
    • a small recommendation or obscure understanding

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