Definitions

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  • adj. Light, tending to sprinkle or fall down softly.
  • adj. Characterised by sprinkles or sprinkling.
  • adj. Subject to being sprinkled on.
  • adj. Haphazardly and incompletely distributed.
  • adj. Resembling having been sprinkled with something.
  • adj. Resembling sprinkles.

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Examples

  • Obviously, they have plenty of sprinkly things they can use.

    Guess That Cake

  • Dressed in a stylish pair of jeans, a cable-knit sweater, and down vest, she was holding a Tupperware container filled with sprinkly cupcakes.

    Sea Escape

  • Just wondering, what exactly is on the sprinkly, ribbony cake behind the passed out pink elephant?

    Happy Birthday to Meeee!

  • But I'm with jill b on the waist line - especially since just looking at that dress makes me want to eat cupcakes with sprinkles on them, out of sheer sprinkly joy.

    Spoiled for Choice - A Dress A Day

  • I not only use it in my salsa but now I add it to my stir-fry, sprinkly some on huevos rancheros, drop it into my albondigas soup, etc.

    WHB Giveaway #1: Tell Us Your Favorite Herb of 2008 and You Might Win a Fantastic Prize!

  • After 20 minutes of the cooking, sprinkly the rasisns or currants and pine nuts over the chicken.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • I came back with a dozen hot fresh doughnuts and a dozen of the specialty doughnuts ... jelly filled, creme filled, eclairs, sprinkly doughnuts ... you get the gist.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • I paced myself and took a delicate bite of the sprinkly frosting.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • One which I have yet to try is the gland, another variation on the choux pastry theme, but this time with rather vivid green icing and chocolate sprinkly bits on top.

    lost weekend

  • The day itself in New Orleans was overcast, gray and sprinkly, but we managed to do most of the things I love I bought four pounds of hot crawfish, visited the place on Foucher Street where we used to live, and most importantly, recreated the picture at Audubon Park that Bud, Chip and Jon and I started in 1987:

    2/9/03 Day 50 of the

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