• (adj): Made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow.
    Example: "She brushed her hair until it fell in lustrous auburn waves"
    Synonyms: bright, burnished, shining, shiny
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on lustrous:

Mycenaean Pottery - Art History - Phylakopi Classification
... Red and brown lustrous decoration come into play alongside black matte in this phase ... In this phase both red and brown lustrous and black matte are still around, but the lustrous decorations have surpassed the matte in popularity ... Red/Black and Red lustrous are still seen in this final phase, and black matte has completely disappeared ...
List Of Pokémon: Diamond And Pearl: Battle Dimension Episodes - Season 11 – Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl: Battle Dimension (2007-2008)
... Dawn wins the Celestic Town ribbon and her third contest ribbon 559 ... "Losing Its Lustrous!" (Team Galaxy Attacks!! ) "Ginga-Dan Shūgeki!! -Zenpen ... In this episode, they steal the Lustrous Orb and the Adamant Orb from the Celestic Town museum for the power to awake Dialga and Palkia in their future plans 560 ... "Double Team Turnover!" (Team Galaxy Attacks ... Ash and the gang are helped by Cynthia to stop Team Galactic from stealing the Lustrous Orb and the Adamant Orb, but they fail because they had no idea ...
Mycenaean Pottery - Art History - Lustrous Painted Wares
... Lustrous painted wares slowly rise in popularity throughout the Late Helladic period until eventually they are the most popular for of painted wares ... There are four distinct forms of lustrous decorations The first style sees the ware covered entirely with brilliant decoration, with red or white matte paint underneath ... This form consists of wares with a yellower tone with black lustrous decorations ...

More definitions of "lustrous":

  • (adj): Brilliant.
    Example: "Set a lustrous example for others to follow"; "lustrous actors of the time"

Famous quotes containing the word lustrous:

    And ivory and bright gold,
    polished and lustrous grow faint
    beside that wondrous flesh
    and print of her foot-hold.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    Year after year beheld the silent toil
    That spread his lustrous coil;
    Still as the spiral grew,
    He left the past year’s dwelling for the new,
    Stole with soft step its shining archway through,
    Built up its idle door,
    Stretched in his last-found home, and knew the old no more.
    Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (1809–1894)