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Synonyms for sparkle

Synonyms for sparkle

Synonyms for sparkle

merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance

the occurrence of a small flash or spark

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the quality of shining with a bright reflected light

reflect brightly

be lively or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity

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emit or produce sparks

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become bubbly or frothy or foaming

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MEOW FACTOR Mo O'Sullivan drove Sparkles home to her owners
CLAW-SOME Sparkles enjoys a Wotsit, one of her favourite snacks.
The TIC once executed will secure access to international links under the management of Sparkle and the quality of bandwidth gained by the company will improve.
After inking the MoU in Rome in Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's recent visit to Italy the Alessandro Talotta, the chairman and CEO of TI Sparkle said, This agreement will give Iran access to global internet services and make it one of the bandwidth providers with regional quality.
Telecom Italia Sparkle is a most important global telecommunication service provider, providing a entire range of IP, Data, Cloud, Data Center, OTTs, Media & Content Players, Application Service Providers and Multinational Corporations (MNCs).
Cargo Bronzer in Medium, $24 Dust on for a natural-looking hint of summer color without too much tell-tale sparkle.
And sometimes sparkle and shine are thought to be negative aesthetic traits.
Why then, given the generally positive attitude to sparkle and shine, do we often associate these terms with such negative aesthetic qualities as `glitzy' and `gaudy' and the superficiality of `glitter'?
Yet even those who are positive towards beauty might well oppose any central connection between it and sparkle and shine.
Rasquache features the properties of sparkle and shine in ways that might seem gaudy and tasteless to people trained in European culture: `In the realm of taste, to be rasquache is to be unfettered and unrestrained, to favor the elaborate over the simple, the flamboyant over the severe.