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  • n. A small spark.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A small spark.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A small spark, or minute sparkle; a scintillating speck.


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spark +‎ -let


  • September 1, 2009 at 11:28 am wish more peps waz so loving for teh kittyz like you, where in teh world iz you, i iz in engerland zommerset, keep safe and i sendz a pink glow to all your kittyz sourded them wif teh loves muchly, and tell all teh stupid peps to wash the hands, hopes you dont mind mi butting in but i haz always loves the kittyz, mine iz a crazy girl called sparklet batch iddybittykittycomitty xx

    You okay there, Phil? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Five minutes later I am pledging them in a whisky and sparklet, and sitting down to such a breakfast as I have not tasted for weeks.

    With Rimington

  • The usual water bag and syphon were suspended at his elbow above sparklet and brandy bottles, and a box of cigars.


  • As luxuries which can be done without: -- A collapsible india-rubber bath basin and waterproof sheet, very compact as got at the Army and Navy Stores; a small mincing machine (the only means of digesting a trek ox), and sparklet bottle and sparklets are very handy.

    With the Naval Brigade in Natal (1899-1900) Journal of Active Service

  • He flicked up the dining-room lights again and rapidly made himself a sparklet soda, which he added to a small whisky.

    The Crimson Blind

  • It might be mentioned that while one of the largest canteens was packing up stores, the working party came across several cases of bulbs for sparklet syphons; there had been a great demand for these during the hot weather, and the canteens had always been without a supply, now they were discovered when nobody wanted them.

    The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the War 1914-1918

  • Also a sparklet bottle, some whiskey and two pints of champagne at 7 francs the pint.

    Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis

  • And then, of course, such things as your sparklet siphons and lime juice require careful packing-and your champagne.

    The Land of Footprints

  • Our electric lights, set low down in the windows before the tunbellied Rosamund jars, flung inward three monstrous daubs of red, blue, and green, that broke into kaleidoscopic lights on the facetted knobs of the drug-drawers, the cut-glass scent flagons, and the bulbs of the sparklet bottles.

    Traffics and Discoveries

  • Through this the scattered tents gleamed white, here and there a tiny sparklet showed where some digger was preparing his evening meal ....

    Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer


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