Glint – meaning of the word and examples

To produce small, bright flashes of light reflected from a surface. (Cambridge Dictionary)

When someone’s eyes glint, they look bright, expressing a strong emotion. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If something glints, it produces or reflects a quick flash of light. (Collins Dictionary)

glint is a quick flash of light. (Collins Dictionary)

Give out or reflect small flashes of light. (Oxford Dictionaries)

(of a person’s eyes) shine with a particular emotion. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Glint. fx guide.

Glint and glare.


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