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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sparkle.


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  • The Liturgy of the Word sparkled that night as each scripture fell fresh on my heart.

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  • Her open brown crinkled face sparkled from the intensity of her loving, laughing eyes.

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  • Her eyes sparkled from the dim overhead lights as she looked at him, and he kissed her and whispered words of love into her ear.

    When Time Was Young

  • All the traditions of wealth and joy that ever sparkled from the bubbles of champagne smiled at Hanneh Breineh from her glass of California grape-juice.

    Hungry Hearts

  • Other lights sparkled from the windows of other houses.

    The Belgian Twins

  • The dry water-course on the plain sparkled in the distance, like a mirage – only that it was no mirage.

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  • Three windows let in the afternoon sunlight, windows that sparkled from a recent washing; a trailing fuchsia in full bloom, in an old wash-basin painted green, was suspended from the ceiling in front of the east window.

    The Second Chance

  • A heavy shower of rain had laid the dust and every clean, little leaf on the great shisham trees that lined either side of the highway glinted and sparkled from the refection of the sinking orb of day.

    Daughters of India

  • The broad river was at my feet; the morning light was on all the shores, sparkled from the granite rocks below me and flashed from the polished leaves, and glittered on the water; filling all the blue above with radiance; touching here and there a little downy cloud; entering in and lying on my heart.


  • The fountain sparkled in the sun; the obelisk above pierced the clear dark-blue air.



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