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- n. One who, or that which, twinkles or winks.
- n. An eye.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, twinkles, or winks; a winker; an eye.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which twinkles.
- n. A winker; a blinker; especially, the eye.
- n. That which glimmers, sparkles, or flashes; a sparkler.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an object that emits or reflects light in an intermittent flickering manner
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His circumspect info thieving reminded him of his happier, more innocent days as a child on Moth when the most extravagant thing he had strived to steal was a used entertainment cube or a child's mutating twinkler-and occasionally, when times were hard, food for himself and Mother Mastiff.
"Yon's the first twinkler," said Peke, seeing it at once, though his gaze was apparently fixed on the ground.
In these our sight plunges quite beyond any twinkler we have yet visited.
I shall tell him that his �brightest star of the east� is become a northern luminary, and has dimmed the lustre of every other twinkler.
This whimsical revision of the Christmas legend works from the premise that Santa Claus is not the jolly old twinkler we know, but a brutish force of nature.
With Friday's twinkler in the books, check out Lincecum's Major League ranks:
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This pendant world, observe, is not the earth, as Addison understood it, but the entire sidereal universe, depicted not as the infinity we now know it to be, but as a definite object, so insulated in the vastness of space as to be perceptible to the distant Fiend as a minute star, and no larger in comparison with the courts of Heaven -- themselves not wholly seen -- than such a twinkler matched with the full-orbed moon.
May 6th, 2006 at 3:50 pm twinkler, 64: While it is true that an editorial represents the view of the newspaper while an op-ed piece is the view of a contributor, the choice of op-ed pieces and op-ed authors are not independent of the paper’s political bias.
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