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Synonyms for twinkling



Synonyms for twinkling

Synonyms for twinkling

a very short time (as the time it takes the eye to blink or the heart to beat)

shining intermittently with a sparkling light

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At the same time, we have gone beyond Twinkling Artifact and utilized what we know with some other knowledge about kidney stones to create specific modes for kidney stones," Bailey said.
STAR OF STARS All the stars were happily twinkling But when one huge star came amongst them It set them all a-thinking Could this be the star of Bethlehem?
Do you remember the excitement and sense of magic you felt as a small child standing under a twinkling night sky?
THE scientific name for the twinkling of stars is stellar scintillation.
Proud dad-of-four, Bobby Sually, describes the newest addition to their family as their very own "little twinkling star".
Other homes may be built in outer space and provide their families with a view of twinkling stars.
the 20 Indoor Clear Lights; the 80 Indoor Multicolour Fairy Lights; the 50 Indoor Twinkling Multicolour Lights;
LA VIE EN ROSEThese twinkling roses, made by hand, will bring a pretty glow to Indian summer evenings.
Buildings fell, roads collapsed, the city lights were extinguished and the skies above flooded with stars - a sight that confused some used to the sparse twinkling of a typical L.
Astronomers have devised systems that measure twinkling by analyzing the image of a nearby reference source, such as a bright star near the object of interest.