from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state or quality of being sparkly.
- n. vivacity
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Vivacity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Sparklingness; sparkling vivacity. Aubrey, Lives (John Suckling).
After reading about vampires of varying sizes, shapes, and sparkliness this summer, I was getting a little vamped out.
Although Fred Astaire demonstrated that a man can dance perfectly well while well-dressed, male figure skaters typically pursue sparkliness over taste and even sanity.
Thank you for bringing the wee party to my house, and for dawdling whilst I scurried around, and for letting me bask in your sparkliness long enough to feel somewhat beglittery.
They are at great risk of implosion due to the sparkliness of new haunts that compete for our attention.
How can we rival the triteness and sparkliness of those sentences?
Seriously like 98\% of Edward fans mention NOTHING positive but his "beauty" and his "sparkliness" and how amazingly "perfect" he is.
The grain structure is preserved without any sparkliness or distracting character.
sparkliness in general, sparkly paddle of birthday wonderfulness
sparkliness in general, the sparkly paddle of birthdayness
Anyway, thanks to one and all for your support and sparkliness, and here’s to the next twelve months.
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