That means we can produce a Broadway musical of sparkle, with some caveats.
sparkle winked under layers of chiffon and fur, and peaked out from under the hem of a cape.
And with a fine dose of ribbon embroidery and a bit of sparkle, grunge was dressed up enough for a grownup.
Sitting in that plastic pitcher, she said, the water seemed to sparkle.
She emerged with a knowledge of shirtless wolves and vampires who sparkle.
But not a sparkle sparkled from the eyes of the Greek scholar.
The color came into her cheeks at the memory, and a sparkle into her eyes.
He saw it, and the sparkle of malice in his eyes flashed into sudden anger.
The glasses over his eyes seemed to sparkle as if with fire.
He was fascinated by the froth and sparkle of the gold rush, and viewed its life and movement with an artist's eye.