Shining in a sentence

Definition of Shining

Emitting light. | Reflecting light. | Having a high polish or sheen.

How to use Shining in a Sentence?

  • Her large gray eyes were shining in the rosy firelight and her face was sweetly serious.
  • The sun was shining into her room when she awoke to hear someone knocking on the outer door.
  • Surely these are the dark dreams of men, not the bright and shining lights of eternal truth.
  • Muffins stood in a shining pile upon the fender, and a corpulent teapot on the top of the oven.
  • A wide sky arched over them, in which the stars were shining with a soft yet brilliant splendour.
  • Up at my windows, the busy bee would be given points in the art of improving each shining hour.
  • How strange it was, that solitary hut in that lone wilderness, and in view of the shining river!
  • The future glowed with all its old alluring colors and new ones were shining out every time she looked ahead.
  • Little figures were dotted here and there over its surface, and seawards the masts of some vessels loomed large through the shining haze.
  • We looked with shining eyes at one another and at the various dons who had dropped in and were striving to maintain a front of judicious severity.
  • Yet the peculiar quality of the adventure keeps it shining darkly like some deep coloured gem in the common setting of my memories.
  • Upon the strand she found a tiny boat, with quaint paddles, in which she made for the shining coast.
  • I thought of that small shining object that I had picked up in the rubbish the morning after the fire was set under our window.
  • All this weighed upon her young spirit, and gave a strange, ethereal loveliness to her pale face and shining eyes.
  • The light from Heaven itself was shining on her upturned face, the reflection of an unearthly glory beamed in her eyes.
  • The sprawling suburbs with their scattered lights gave way to dim tree-set country under a cloud-veiled, intermittently shining moon.
  • The weather was still calm and beautiful; the sky cloudless, and the sea shining in the sunlight, as calm as a lake.
  • His white eyes strained half out of their orbits; his white teeth chattering, and his whole visage shining with cold perspiration.
  • A dense thicket of frangipanni scents the air with the symbolic blossoms, shining like stars from grey-green boughs of sharp-cut leaves.
  • Yet I think the cry was less from pain than to see the marring of her shining breastplate; and the tears started to her eyes.
  • It was not Dorchin; it was another robot, this one not disguised with the clever plastics and cosmetics, but shining plain.
  • She knelt there amid the fallen leaves, her face raised, her lips parted, her eyes shining as surely never human eyes have shone before.
  • On either side, softly shaded lights were shining from the windows, and women, in rich furs, were getting out of luxurious cars.
  • The thought of Isabel's darkly shining eyes seemed like a physical presence between us....
  • From the small shining objects which are brought to our knowledge by the sense of sight, the reason rises to the true dimensions of those tremendous worlds.
  • He came at length to where a steep rock intervened between him and the gang; he saw the light of their lanthorn shining up against the branches of the trees on the other side.

Short Example Sentence for Shining

  • She looked at him with shining eyes.
  • On its top was the shining palace of the sun.
  • The rusty tin dipper was changed to shining silver.
  • The wind had dropped, and the sun was shining brilliantly.
  • She came swinging and shining towards us, easy and strong.
  • It was a mood of shining shameless ungracious self-approval.
  • He is the shining light of the confectioner's art.
  • Yards of it, partner, all shining and sparkling in the moonlight.
  • You may have seen the milk trains unloading their many shining cans.
  • Do you know how many stars There are shining in the skies?
  • Upon her face was a shining such as I have seen upon none other.
  • Beneath whose veil of shining hue Deceit oft lurks, concealed from view.
  • The sun was shining in Wallie's face when he awoke and realized where he was.

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