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Definition of a Glimmer

Glimmer

noun

  • Glimmer

    (noun) : Glimmer: a glamorous swimmer; usually of female persuasion and often times swimming whilst refraining from getting her hair wet and continuing to wear sunglasses.

    Last edited on Jul 14 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 14 2015.

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