sheener

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English schenre, from Old English sċēnra, sċȳnra, from Proto-Germanic *skaunizô, comparative of Proto-Germanic *skauniz (shiny; beautiful), equivalent to sheen +‎ -er (comparative suffix).

Adjective[edit]

sheener

  1. comparative form of sheen: more sheen

Adverb[edit]

sheener

  1. comparative form of sheen: more sheen
    • 1983, original 1862, William Henry Schofield, English Literature, page 392:
      Now St. Margaret is in Paradise, "where she shineth sevenfold sheener than the sun."