shimmer in Engels
v. emit a soft flickering light, glimmer, glisten, gleam; quiver, flicker, waver
In the distance, above Madrid a bright glow began to appear, irradiated by the lights of the city; a few tombstones in the cemetery cast a pallid shimmer.
A low haze of shimmering dust and pollen.
Across the shimmer of the dry lakes he could see the distant blue of the escarpment.
All about it fluttered the ghostly, shimmering forms of the spirits of the dead.
Before I could finish the word, she made a rippling gesture with the shimmering fingers of her left hand.
But at that moment, as if understanding he'd seen her, the shimmer moved farther back into the shadows.
Far off in the distance, I thought I could detect the shimmer of the sea.
He thought of the flames from the Reap-Night bonfire rising around Susan, making her beauty shimmer in the heat.
His hand stroked her hair gently, then desperately wrapped itself in a shimmering coil; they kissed again.
I felt helpless, the world shimmering with guilt.
1. glisten: gleam, glimmer, shine, glow, light, flare, blaze
2. sheen: lustre, gloss
3. shake: jiggle, wiggle