Sparkling



verb (used without object), sparkled, sparkling.
1.
to issue in or as if in little sparks, as fire or light:
The candlelight sparkled in the crystal.
2.
to emit little sparks, as burning matter:
The flames leaped and sparkled.
3.
to shine or glisten with little gleams of light, as a brilliant gem; glitter; coruscate.
4.
to effervesce, as wine.
5.
to be brilliant, lively, or vivacious.
verb (used with object), sparkled, sparkling.
6.
to cause to sparkle:
moonlight sparkling the water; pleasure sparkling her eyes.
noun
7.
a little spark or fiery particle.
8.
a sparkling appearance, luster, or play of light:
the sparkle of a diamond.
9.
brilliance, liveliness, or vivacity.
verb
1.
to issue or reflect or cause to issue or reflect bright points of light
2.
(intransitive) (of wine, mineral water, etc) to effervesce
3.
(intransitive) to be vivacious or witty
noun
4.
a point of light, spark, or gleam
5.
vivacity or wit

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