Shimmer

• (n.) A faint, tremulous light; a gleaming; a glimmer. • (v. i.) To shine with a tremulous or intermittent light; to shine faintly; to gleam; to glisten; to glimmer.
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shimmer

play noun a weak and tremulous light; `the shimmer of colors on iridescent feathers`; `the play of light on the water`
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Shimmer

Shim'mer intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Shimmered ; present participle & verbal noun Shimmering .] [ Middle English schimeren , Anglo-Saxon scimerian ; akin to scīmian , scīman ...
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Shimmer

Shim'mer noun A faint, tremulous light; a gleaming; a glimmer. « TWo silver lamps, fed with perfumed oil, diffused . . . a trembling twilight-seeming shimmer through the quiet apartment.» Sir W. Scott.
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shimmer

Type: Term Pronunciation: shĭm′ĕr Definitions: 1. A quantified measurement describing the random cycle-to-cycle temporal changes of the amplitude of the vocal fold vibration; contributes to the perception of a rough or harsh voice quality.
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shimmer

[n] - a weak and tremulous light 2. [v] - shine with a weak or fitful light 3. [v] - give off a shimmering reflection, as of silk
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