Glittered [noun]

Definition of Glittered:

brilliance, sparkle

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Sentence/Example of Glittered:

Five hundred of the shells were handmade, designed to explode with twinkling gold glitter and a weeping willow-esque effect.

A nail polish organizer is a great way to display your glitters and golds whilst being easy on the eyes.

Not on the Strip, the famous part of city, with all the huge hotels and casinos and glitter.

There wasn’t much glitter or glam in The Year That Wasn’t, but you can change that.

All of which underscores why the recent glitter that the gold mining industry has witnessed isn’t about to wear off anytime soon.

I only saw the glitter of a bayonet which a Mexican thrust into his shoulder, at the very moment he was helping me up.

The glitter of the Count's eyes fascinated him, and while under their spell he saw as the Count saw, felt as he felt.

She held out her clasped hands to him and the serpent-ring on her finger seemed to mock him with its uncanny glitter.

They were beyond the reach of money—beyond the glitter of gold—far from the cry of anguish.

The harness is extremely gay, painted in all colours, red and blue and yellow, and made up with bits of tinsel and glitter.