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Noun
Plural for a gentle sheen or soft glow, especially from a surface
“The shine and lustre from the pearls and the sparkle of the diamonds are sure to make heads turn.”
Noun
Plural for soft shining light, or the brightness emanating from it
“To the unassisted eye, it consists of very rapid changes in the intensity of the lustre of the stars.”
Noun
Plural for a thin coating containing unoxidized metal which gives an iridescent glaze to ceramics
“The handmade QM2 teapots will be painted in gold lustre for the ship's first year, after which silver leaf will be used.”
Noun
(figurative) Plural for glory or distinction associated with someone or something
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“Spain's Golden Age began to lose its lustre in the late 16th century, following a popular uprising in the Netherlands under William of Orange.”
Noun
(figurative) Plural for the quality of being exciting or thrilling
“The idea of a museum of gangster artifacts was starting to lose its lustre.”
Noun
Plural for a youthful or healthy glow in a person's complexion
Noun
Plural for fervent or passionate emotion or enthusiasm
Noun
Brilliance or confidence
Noun
Plural for a thin outer layer
Noun
Plural for a branched, often ornate, lighting fixture suspended from the ceiling
Verb
To gleam or glimmer with light
“Peter and Mania found a pensione whose view was of chestnut woods and a horizon looped by peaks lustred with last winter's snow, distant in time as well as space.”
Verb
To make smooth, glossy or shiny by rubbing, cleaning, or grinding
Verb
Apply varnish to
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