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glossy

a photograph printed on paper that has a smooth shiny surface

glossy

[′gläs·ē]
(optics)
Pertaining to a surface from which much more light is specularly reflected than is diffusely reflected.
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It prints boxes bound for Japan on thicker, glossier cardboard to please the famously demanding consumers of the Asian archipelago.
In scope Double Bassist is comparable to ISB, but glossier, and with more articles relating to personalities.
As editor, Brown has drawn heaps of scorn--and plenty of praise--for making the magazine punchier, glossier, and more focused on breaking news.
Like all of Jomar's IBM series, the M-175 produces higher quality containers through its integral microprocessor control -- more uniform weight and wall thicknesses, more precise neck tolerances, greater impact strength, more consistent color, and glossier finishes.
2 million in funding from Sherpa Capital, known for investments in Munchery, Uber and Ipsy, and from Forerunner Ventures, whose portfolio includes Warby Parker, Birchbox and Glossier.
It's a bit warmer this time around, but Mam I'm 'Ere (and, yes, the bones of the plot are cheerfully pillaged from a certain other musical stage show) is still putting a smile on its audience's faces, this time in its new, glossier incarnation at the Royal Court.
A bigger, glossier Jurassic World theme park has risen from the cold bones of the old one.
They're no match for Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the glossier Bad Boys (1995), nor Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum from the current Jump Street series, but all you have to do here is fasten your seatbelt and enjoy the ride.
It was a lump of coal, but glossier, heavier and more dense than regular coal.
Based on the depicted image, the casing is a little glossier than the current HTC One model and the front view notably confirms HTC will switch to virtual navigation buttons.
Their seventh album has Kelly Clarkson producer Greg Kurstin at the helm, introducing a glossier element to their indie–folk.
The new A-4 sized, glossier layout is much more visually appealing, on par with international glossies and adding more punch to the features, photo shoots and editorial spreads in