Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a sparkling state; sparkling.

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Examples

  • By morning the sky was clear, everything asparkle, but the fields were too wet for work.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • Yet this was all alive, in silver-gray, white, black, greens deep or bright and asparkle with remnant raindrops.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • By morning the sky was clear, everything asparkle, but the fields were too wet for work.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • The face that stared back at her was her own, but instead of the tatters she wore as a result of her encounters these several days past with pirates and cannibals and difficult circumstances, her reflection was clad in an exquisite body-length suit asparkle with gold and jewels.

    The Time of the Transference

  • Dhurapati sat in the other chair, her white duty suit immaculate, diffused light setting the small ruby in her nose asparkle.

    The I Inside

  • No, he made words and music come forth asparkle as none had ever done before.

    Time Patrolman

  • It danced around the deepening hole with eyes asparkle, shouting such piratical terms as "Shiver me timbers!"

    David and the Phoenix

  • Round him stretched his domain, the white Avenue de la Foret asparkle with cars and open carriages in the late afternoon sunlight.

    The Emperor's Snuff-Box

  • So with head held high and eyes asparkle, Billy marched into the dining-room and took her accustomed place.

    Miss Billy -- Married

  • There, gazing down upon its spires asparkle in the early sunlight, while the city gradually awoke and the hum of its stirring began to swell through the air, he came to his decision.

    The Philanderers

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