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spar·kler

 (spär′klər)
n.
1. One, such as a highly polished metallic surface or a virtuoso performer, that sparkles.
2. Informal A diamond.
3. A firework that burns slowly and gives off a shower of sparks.

sparkler

(ˈspɑːklə)
n
1. (Chemistry) a type of firework that throws out showers of sparks
2. (Jewellery) informal a sparkling gem

spar•kler

(ˈspɑr klər)

n.
1. one that sparkles.
2. a firework that emits little sparks.
3. a sparkling gem, esp. a diamond.
[1705–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sparkler - diamonds; "look at the ice on that dame!"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
diamond - a transparent piece of diamond that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem
2.sparkler - a firework that burns slowly and throws out a shower of sparks
firework, pyrotechnic - (usually plural) a device with an explosive that burns at a low rate and with colored flames; can be used to illuminate areas or send signals etc.
Translations

sparkler

[ˈspɑːkləʳ] N
1. (= firework) → bengala f
2. (= diamond) → diamante m
3. (= sparkling wine) → vino m espumoso

sparkler

[ˈspɑːrklər] ncierge m magique

sparkler

n
(= firework)Wunderkerze f
(inf: = diamond) → Klunker m (inf)

sparkler

[ˈspɑːkləʳ] n
a.bengala m inv, fuoco d'artificio
b. (fam) (diamond) → brillante m
References in classic literature ?
And yet a married woman, possessing your attractions, shuts her eyes (and sparklers too), and goes and runs her delicate-formed head against a wall.
Mr Sparkler having been in the Guards, and being in the habit of frequenting all the races, and all the lounges, and all the parties, and being well known, Society was satisfied with its son-in-law.
There was no shadow of Mr Merdle's complaint on the bosom now displaying precious stones in rivalry with many similar superb jewel-stands; there was no shadow of Mr Merdle's complaint on young Sparkler hovering about the rooms, monomaniacally seeking any sufficiently ineligible young lady with no nonsense about her; there was no shadow of Mr Merdle's complaint on the Barnacles and Stiltstalkings, of whom whole colonies were present; or on any of the company.
Many supermarkets are selling sparklers and fireworks in preparation for November 5, so we've rounded up the best deals, to ensure your money doesn't go up in smoke.
The restaurant offers 35 different sparklers, ranging in price from $35 to $500.
Sparklers: Sparklers are made by coating a piece of metal with a mixture of chemicals.
Edwil Zabala, INC spokesperson, said the religious group was the new record holder for the largest fireworks display, the longest line of sparklers lit in relay and the most sparklers lit simultaneously.
A little focused tasting of the main high-quality types available here--West Coast traditional-method sparklers, French Champagne, Spanish cava, and Italian prosecco--will quickly clarify the differences, reveal personal preferences, and turn a holiday gathering into a tasting party that will be fun for wine lovers and neophytes alike.
Includes a five-pack of shot tubes, a 100-shot missile cake, five packs of sparklers, each containing five sparklers, two Catherine wheels, a 24-piece selection box, a five pack of rockets, a 10-shot aerial display, a 16-shot Roman candle cake and a pack of three firework lighters.
Make sure children wear gloves and supervise them at all times when they're holding sparklers.
The photo shows a cake featuring the White House, a few sparklers and the Stars and Stripes and Union Jack.
One of the classic mimosa sparklers is prosecco from Italy, and Zonin Prosecco, with its lively snap of lemon and bountiful bubbles, suits this festive drink perfectly.