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Spell check of glimmer

Correct spelling: glimmer

Synonyms:
lick, sheen, glisten, dab, dram, suggestion, shadow, ace, lambency, blink, falter, splash, speck, gleaming, shining, wink, breath, intimation, glance, nip, gleam, twinkle, scruple, trace, scintillation, sparkle, glimmering, touch, sprinkling, smell, creep, furrow, glare, radiance, flame, crumb, streak, tremble, spatter, crumple, cross, edge, strain, suspicion, soup├žon, spot, shade, glitter, flicker, twinkling, peanuts, smidgen, flash, wave, glow, blaze, glister, bit, mite, spark, snap, driblet, continue, shine, waver, scintilla, flutter, whiff, outpouring, little, ray, express, glint, scintillate, flare, quiver, luster, dazzle, ounce, skosh, shred, fireworks, coruscation, smack, tad, crease, inkling, incandescence, hint, glistering, shimmer, light, smoke signal, spangle, illumination, glistening, coruscate, clear.

Antonyms:
excess, bundle, heaps, gloominess, peck, pile, slab, gobs, overkill, scads, dark, raft, abundance, mess, profusion, bonanza, chunk, fistful, quantity, wealth, deal, barrel, overage, potful, shadow, lump, obscurity, dusk, pervasion, lot, loads, saturation, surfeit, overflow, permeation, blackness, mountain, hunk, volume, plenty, bucket, superfluity, reams, embarrassment, darkness, stack, overabundance, wad, overmuch, lashings, oodles, bushel, much, oversupply, shade, mass, boatload, surplus, superabundance, passel, gloom, dimness.

Examples of usage:

1) Not a soul on the ship who shows the faintest glimmer of gratitude. - "Command", William McFee.

2) I've only seen the man once and then he failed to show the very slightest glimmer of comprehension of what I had to put up with. - "Command", William McFee.

3) " Well," there was the glimmer of a smile in her eyes. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.

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