Definition of lustrous:
burnished, shiny, lambent, beamy, refulgent, bright, showy, sheeny, irradiant, calendered, lucent, glorious, shining, glistening, hopeful, glassy, smart, effulgent, polished, undimmed, glossy, study at bright, promising, glazed, light.
bright (part of speech: adjective)
- well lit,
This, of itself, had been enough to pique curiosity in a young girl, just escaped from her convent school; but added to the outward semblance of the stranger, by the sun made lustrous- so lustrous inwardly- Adela Miranda was moved by something more than curiosity.- "The Lone Ranche", Captain Mayne Reid.
Beale Farange stood and smiled at his young lady, his back to the fanciful fireplace, his light overcoat- the very lightest in London- wide open, and his wonderful lustrous beard completely concealing the expanse of his shirt- front.- "What Maisie Knew", Henry James.
The rest of the fence was lying among the grasses and goldenrod, but the box still lived, dead at the top, its leafless branches matted into a hoary gray tangle, but springing up from below in crisp green sprays, lustrous and fragrant as ever, and richly suggestive of the past that produced it.- "The Jonathan Papers", Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris.