American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Giving off tiny flashes of light; glittery: a dress with sparkly sequins.
- adj. Lively; vivacious: a sparkly personality.
- adj. Effervescent.
- adj. giving off sparks, or small flashes of light; glittery
- adj. lively and high-spirited
- adj. bubbly or effervescent
- adj. having brief brilliant points or flashes of light
- adj. marked by high spirits or excitement
“We aren't interested in sparkly vampires or international spy thrillers.”
“Rachelle Lefevre: Possible cred v. screen time in sparkly romance.”
“It was a dome of poofy poodle fur framed with two mesh puffballs in sparkly green and pink.”
“There was even some discussion that she might want to go home after last week's performance of the rumba in sparkly underpants and a white silk shirt.”
“Each sparkly is about 40 inches (101 cm) square, plus or minus up to 2 inches (5 cm).”
“It's in sparkly phase right now and I should be okay as long as the sun stays behind the clouds.”
“The reigning queen: Alexa Chung, who looked gorgeous last year in short sparkly navy and who totally has that Brits hairdo down.”
“The redheaded comedian kept it simple in short, sparkly black number.”
“I started calling her sparkly eyes, because you just have to gaze into them, to believe in god.”
“Maybe this idiot and Palin could become a team and have an ongoing "sparkly" affair just to relieve the stress while they are in office.”
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