shininess

[ UK /ʃˈa‍ɪnɪnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the visual property of something that shines with reflected light
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How To Use shininess In A Sentence

  • It's ideal for shininess, as it contains clever oil-absorbing technology. Times, Sunday Times
  • It has now lost its silky shininess and slinky softness.
  • The fifth property is shininess, that you specify with a number.
  • Remember that surface flatness is always much more important than shininess.
  • The fruit bowl morphing into the surface is a logical progression of enhancing the shininess, typifying the forms seen in ceramics, and creating an interesting dialogue between the surfaces. Modern Furniture MODUL 011 Sideboard
  • So this one gets our seal of approval for its shininess and affordability. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is not only the brightness, garishness, shininess and fine detail of these pictures: the composition, too, was - by the standards of the masters - slapdash.
  • Frankly the thought's so scary that I'm now scrabbling around for a shampoo that guarantees me precisely 100% normal shininess and not a single millionth of a percentage either way.
  • People who have eaten pork trotters or any other collagen-rich cut of meat may have noticed an enhanced shininess to their hair, stronger nails, or less achy joints.
  • I have issues with the shininess of cover designs for children and young adults this year.
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