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Shine, subst. (cf. Sheen) the light emitted by a celestial body; in a proper and a metaphorical sense: “as the bright sun glorifies the sky, so is her face illumined with her eye, whose beams upon his hairless face are fixed, as if from thence they borrowed all their s.” Ven. 488. “Cynthia for shame obscures her silver s.” Ven. 488 “if after two days' s. Athens contain thee,” Tim. III, 5, 101. “in our orbs we'll live so round and safe, that time of both this truth shall ne'er convince, thou showedst a subject's s., I a true prince,” Per. I, 2, 124.
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