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  • 1burnish — v. a. Polish, furbish, brighten, make bright, make glossy, make glisten or glistening …

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  • 2Coprinellus micaceus — Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 3flash — I. verb Etymology: Middle English flaschen, of imitative origin Date: 13th century intransitive verb 1. rush, dash used of flowing water 2. to break forth in or like a sudden flame or flare 3. a. to appear suddenly < an idea flash …

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  • 4glow — n 1. subdued light, glowing, afterglow; incandescence, luminosity, phosphorescence; luster, shine, iridescence; splendor, brilliance, radiance, reful gency, effulgence; illumination, flash, glare, beam, ray, shaft; streak, patch, coruscation,&#8230; …

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  • 5skin — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 covering of a human/animal body ADJECTIVE ▪ beautiful, clear, fine, flawless, good, healthy, perfect ▪ You want clear, healthy skin …

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  • 6flash — n 1. streak, patch, glint, lightning; shaft, ray, beam; gleam, glare, fulguration, coruscation; brightness, dazzle, dazzling, bedazzlement, bedazzling, blinding; blaze, flame, flare, spark, scintilla, scintillation; shimmer, flicker, twinkle,&#8230; …

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  • 7glint — n 1. glimmer, glimmering, glinting, glistening, glistering; twinkle, twinkling, shining, sparkle, sparkling; spark, scintillation, scintilla; flicker, flickering, flutter, fluttering, quivering, shivering, ripple, rippling; shimmer, shimmering,&#8230; …

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  • 8shimmer — v 1. glow, gleam faintly, shine; luminesce, incandesce, phosphoresce, make radiant or lustrous; illuminate, illumine, Archaic. illume, Obs. en lumine; brighten, light up, cast light upon, make brilliant or luminous; radiate, irradiate, effulge;&#8230; …

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  • 9glitter — v 1. glint, glimmer, glisten, Archaic. glister; shine, sparkle, twinkle, light, spark, scintillate; flicker, blink, wink, flutter; quiver, shiver, ripple; shimmer, dance, dazzle, bedazzle; flash, flare, fulgurate, gleam, glare, coruscate;&#8230; …

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  • 10shine — v 1. glow, radiate, irradiate, illuminate; glare, beam, gleam, gloze, streak, flash, coruscate, fulgurate; light, light up, luminesce, incandesce, phosphoresce; glimmer, glitter, shimmer, flicker, twinkle; sparkle, glint, glisten, Archaic.&#8230; …

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  • 11sparkle — v 1. spark, light, scintillate, flame, blaze, burn; shine, twinkle, flicker, blink, wink, flutter; quiver, shiver, ripple; shimmer, dance, dazzle, bedazzle; glisten, Archaic. glister, glitter, glint, glimmer; gleam, glare, effulge, shine forth,&#8230; …

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