It might have been a fairy cavern, aglitter with pure crystal.
Unexplored! Allen Chaffee
But his eye glistened, and his teeth were aglitter in his open mouth.
The Scapegoat Hall Caine
The dance hall was aglitter, the floor perfect, and the stage equipped to foster all that appealed to the senses.
The Triumph of John Kars Ridgwell Cullum
The sea was aglitter with sunlight reflected from the waves.
The Invaders William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Here are others, all aglitter with metallic gleams: gold, emerald, blue and purple.
The Mason-bees J. Henri Fabre
The road swept us along the left bank of the Loire, all aglitter in the September sunshine.
Europe from a Motor Car Russell Richardson
(postpositive) sparkling; glittering
Pathology. absence of the tongue, especially when congenital. inability to speak. noun (pathol) congenital absence of the tongue
aglossostomia aglossostomia a·glos·so·sto·mi·a (ā-glŏs’ə-stō’mē-ə, ə-glŏs’-) n. Congenital absence of a tongue and a mouth.
: a house aglow with lights; a face aglow with happiness. Contemporary Examples She wears no make-up, her eyes are glassy, and her feverish cheeks are aglow. Behind the Glow Kevin Sessums October 5, 2008 He is aglow, too, remembering Freud presiding over the Vienna Society. The Real Freud Revealed John Kerr November 24, 2011 […]
aglp Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists