twinkle and Chubbins followed his example, and found the pink liquid very delightful to drink.
"Still, it was good of you to warn us," twinkle added, sweetly.
So twinkle flew up and crept into her basket again, quickly returning with a bit of cookie in her claw.
"I'm naughty sometimes, and so is Chubbins," said twinkle, honestly.
twinkle and Chubbins craned their necks over the edge of the nest and looked down.
With these words he darted toward the tree, and twinkle and Chubbins followed.
Mr. twinkle was followed by Jack, who could not help smiling at the dense ignorance displayed by the previous speakers.
twinkle Tail discovered this when he started in house-hunting.
So twinkle and Chubbins got up and walked slowly toward the magician, taking great care where they stepped.
But after twinkle Tail had taken it over you never would have known it.
Old English twinclian, frequentative of twincan "to wink, blink;" related to Middle High German zwinken, German zwinkern, and probably somehow imitative. The noun is recorded from 1540s. Related: Twinkled; twinkling. Phrase in the twinkling of an eye is attested from c.1300.