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Synonyms for spark

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a source of further growth and development

to attempt to gain the affection of

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a momentary flash of light

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merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance

a small but noticeable trace of some quality that might become stronger

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Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918)

a small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction

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emit or produce sparks

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After I have heard you myself, when the whole of my right side has been benumbed, going on with your master about combustion, and calcination, and calorification, and I may say every kind of ation that could drive a poor invalid distracted, to hear you talking in this absurd way about sparks and ashes
The first object that I saw was the red spark again travelling out into the night from under the verandah, moving away towards my window, waiting a moment, and then returning to the place from which it had set out.
The spark of life was deeply interesting while it was in abeyance, but now that it has got established in Mr Riderhood, there appears to be a general desire that circumstances had admitted of its being developed in anybody else, rather than that gentleman.
The young man was able at last to find some spark of dignity.
Rose looked with all her eyes, and saw the spark grow into the likeness of a golden vase, then green leaves came out, and then a crimson flower glowing on the darkness with a splendid lustre.
Any woman with a spark of spirit in her would have "meant" it under those circumstances.
Spark has just dropped a giant location pin on the newly named Spark Arena, to put its new partnership with New Zealands largest indoor music, entertainment and sporting venue on the map.
I told him that wasn't possible since my system doesn't touch anything until the engine controller tells the ignition to make a spark," he says.
Many scientists credit Sparks with first linking cholesterol and Alzheimer's disease.
A two-story-high wall of electric white sparks raced over the 610-meter (2,001-ft)-long reflecting pool toward the monument base.
CCL to continue with its growth plans, now supported by Spark New Zealand resources and capability.
Leaving the shutter open for a long time would catch the spark itself, but blur together all the events surrounding its formation.