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1‘the glow of the lanterns shimmered on the water’
glint, glisten, flicker, twinkle, sparkle, flash, scintillate, flare, glare, gleam, glow, glimmer, glitter, dance, blink, wink
rare coruscate, fulgurate
1‘the wet streets reflected the shimmer of lights from never-ending traffic’
glint, glistening, flicker, twinkle, sparkle, flash, scintillation, flare, glare, gleam, glow, glimmer, lustre, glitter, dancing, blinking, winking
rare coruscation, fulguration
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