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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of luster.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a luster; especially, in ceramics
- having a thin glaze as in ancient Greek pottery (see lustrous glaze, under glaze)
- having a metallic luster, like majolica, etc.; painted in luster-colors.
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Madi hated that Briana's hair was beautiful and lustered even when windswept.
An emerald glittered in her hair and fine pearls lustered below.
Flint is a form of quartz, dull-lustered, usually gray or blackish in color, and opaque except on thinnest edges, where it is translucent.
God has garnished our minds with priceless qualities of far more value than precious diamonds, or lustered ore imprisoned in the bosom of the earth, and as we dig after wealth and precious stones let us dig after knowledge which is a power bestowed upon all who realize its value.
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But Silver Beck still ran musically over tracts of tinkling stones; and, through the chilly air, the lustered black cock was crowing for the gray hen in the hollow.
Now, there is no morality in a man who is a citizen of the church, but the morality of faith; for it is a duty laid upon every one within the visible church, that all his actions moral be watered and lustered with faith.
I was a bit dissapointed in Kristen Stewart's performance, it left me a bit lack lustered.
Tiffany was famous for his lustered glassware to which was attached the trade name Favrile, which some say is derived from a Latin word for "handmade," while others say it is from an Old English word meaning "belonging to a craftsman."
The cycling race, which is aimed at promoting tourism in West Sumatra Province, will be lustered up by a music concert, a food festival, and a fun bike event.