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Material ImplicationPlay
Glossy is often used to describe surfaces that reflect light like mirrors or calm water. SlideHer glossy wooden table gleamed in the sunlight.
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Visual AppealPlay
Describing something as glossy usually implies it's visually pleasing and often new or well-maintained. SlideThe glossy finish on his new car had everyone turning heads.
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Not Always PositivePlay
Sometimes glossy can imply superficiality, suggesting that something looks good but may not be durable or high-quality. SlideThe glossy toy broke within days, revealing its poor craftsmanship.