sparkling

All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • They have several problems, but the house is sparkling when they are done.
  • Sparkling stars and various other effects have been added in addition to skin support.
  • It is also sometimes used as part of the pass for traditional method sparkling wine.
  • She was like a sparkling blue flower and a beautiful human being.
  • How could she, at these words, prevent her sparkling eyes from betraying her? Cited from A Literary History of the English People, by Jean Jules Jusserand
  • As a result, the songs sound far more sparkling without becoming rough or rushed.
  • She looked up with sparkling eyes and stretched forth her arm. Cited from Creatures of Vibration, by Harl Vincent
  • His writing is known for its sparkling language, where pain and joy are natural twins.
  • Like his master, he has a sparkling smile and a way with the "ladies".
  • The wine was non-sparkling, or at least it was intended to be.
  • This is the highest rating ever given to any still or sparkling Virginia wine.
  • She put it on her finger, her eyes sparkling with pleasure. Cited from The Second Chance, by Nellie L. McClung
  • The area is best known for the production of the sparkling white wine that bears the region's name.
  • Several laudatory newspaper articles about her death mentioned her sparkling sense of humor.
  • It can produce high acid wines and is often used in sparkling wine production.
  • The crown features a heart in the center surrounded by sparkling waves.
  • The walls and pillars are bright red while the roof is sparkling white.
  • It is available in both still and sparkling forms.
  • In addition to still wine production, a sizable amount of sparkling wine is also produced.
  • All wine, red, white and sparkling, is held by the stem of the glass.
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Root form of sparkling is sparkle for the verb.

Words starting with sparkling

Meaning of sparkling

  • verb Reflect brightly
    Unquarried marble sparkled on the hillside
  • verb Be lively or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity
    The musical performance sparkled, A scintillating conversation, his playing coruscated throughout the concert hall
  • adjective Used of wines and waters; charged naturally or artificially with carbon dioxide
    sparkling wines, sparkling water