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Synonyms for twinkle

Synonyms for twinkle

to shine with intermittent gleams

to open and close the eyes rapidly

Synonyms for twinkle

a rapid change in brightness

merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance

gleam or glow intermittently

emit or reflect light in a flickering manner

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WHEN THE MUSIC STARTS, the lean limbs of Twinkle Schascle Yochim seem hardwired to the beat, shooting out in every direction while her feet slither across the stage, strands of long blond hair forming a whirling blur atop her shoulders.
Twinkle has been a presence on the local music scene since she sat in with Gregg Allman and belted out "Stormy Monday" at age 14.
And when someone is remembered They pass a star the word, Then the star begins to twinkle To show us that they've heard.
I'm watching the night sky, grandad And the stars that twinkle, too.
Slice the fruit leather into 1-inch-wide strips, and cut the Twinkles into 1-inch pieces.
Today, more than 500 million Twinkles are baked each year.
Continental Baking celebrates with a 10-foot-long Twinkle that weighs more than a ton and is the equivalent of 32,300 regular Twinkles.
1 JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH that Venus makes ionospheric twinkles on its own.
Some other planets hold the solar wind at bay by magnetic fields, but on Venus it sometimes gets close enough to cause variations in the ionosphere's electron density, which can give a case of the twinkles to a radio beam passing through.
By locking onto these laser guide stars, astronomers can adjust their instruments to take much of the twinkle out of starlight.