The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gleamy \Gleam"y\, a. Darting beams of light; casting light in rays; flashing; coruscating.
In brazed arms, that cast a gleamy ray,
Swift through the town the warrior bends his way.
a. shiny, bright, glowing
Usage examples of "gleamy".
But now how sweet, how doubly sweet to hold All gay and gleamy to the campfire blaze.
The Duke arrived just as the setting sun crowned the proud palace with his gleamy rays.
Greco began to putter with gleamy, glassy gadgets on one of the tables and I watched him with, I admit, a certain amount of suspicion.
The shiny parts are the inside of the shell and the gleamy eyes are bits of a toffee wrapper he found in the street.
Some taunting jest begets the war of words: In clamorous fray they grasp their gleamy swords, And, as upon the earth, with fierce delight By turns renew the banquet and the fight.
El Greco began to putter with gleamy, glassy gadgets on one of the tables and I watched him with, I admit, a certain amount of suspicion.
His bedside phone was a nice, shiny, new instrument, as unworn by use as the rug and other furnishings of his little consulting room and parlor below stairs, or the gleamy brass of his nameplate outside.
The man was heading towards the front yard where his van was sitting, gleamy black under the yard light.
Not that gleamy, raw look of uncooked sausages the flesh of the young ones had.
Counselor, Zeeleepull, and the workers were lined up looking freshly scrubbed and gleamy bright themselves.
It projected from a metal cabinet which rested on a gleamy mobile base.
He could see a gleamy ceiling and the upper part of what looked like finely paneled walls.