The sky was aglare with spotlights.
His eyes were aglare with a terrible rage and hate; he stepped backward a little, bending his right arm, spreading the fingers.
‘Drag’ Harlan Charles Alden Seltzer
The high Balsam peaks were shaken by thunder and aglare with lightning.
Myths of the Cherokee James Mooney
At three in the morning Port of Spain woke up, all aglare with the blaze six miles away to the north-west.
At Last Charles Kingsley
There was a waving of hands and handkerchiefs from the little station, aglare in the early afternoon sun.
Different Girls Various
A week after a great city was all aglare with flags, and ablare with trumpets.
Humorous Readings and Recitations Various
The cafés and wine-shops are aglare and the terrasse chairs are crowded to their fullest of the day.
Mlle. Fouchette Charles Theodore Murray
Above, the whole sky was aglare with its wavering red reflections.
Old Judge Priest Irvin S. Cobb
; bright; radiant: a city agleam with lights. Historical Examples Beyond this was the river, agleam with the lights of the British fleet that rode at anchor on its placid bosom. The Snare Rafael Sabatini She no longer wept, though he could see a tear still at the end of one of her lashes, agleam […]
a metal or plastic tag or sheath at the end of a lace used for tying, as of a shoelace. (in the 16th and 17th centuries) an ornament at the end of a point or other ribbon used to secure a garment. (def 1). noun a metal sheath or tag at the end of a […]
off the right line; awry; wrong. Historical Examples Fate may have had a similar plan for Goethe; if so, it went all agley. And Even Now Max Beerbohm But like some other “plans of mice and men” this went “agley.” Lyman’s History of old Walla Walla County, Vol. 1 (of 2) William Denison Lyman adverb, […]
; shining faintly or unsteadily. Historical Examples He paused to look away at the forest and distant waters all aglimmer with the light of the moon. The Phantom Violin Roy J. Snell When at last I stood upon the shore, the air and sea were all aglimmer in a rosy light, deepening to crimson in […]