asparkle

asparkle

(əˈspɑːkəl)
adv
in a glittering or glinting manner
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They have come up with a auniversal explanation' for why reflections on surfaces in the natural world -- from fish scales to mirrors, appear to asparkle'.
The different layers of thickness of these surfaces are what cause the asparkle' effect.
Some of it passes through the crystal and along its way reflects off the crystal's interior and changes color, creating the afire' and asparkle'.
Although it stands out well from the stardust of the northern Milky Way, asparkle with bright stars and luminous star-clouds, it is not really a constellation for deep-sky observers." This is true even if you use binoculars.
Eyes asparkle, Hank says, blushing, It makes me deliriously excited to do this, to actually make a difference for a fine person like Serena.
The light fractures off the ice in the glasses as it does off the jockeys' silks, every surface asparkle.
"I must go and fetch her," said my aunt, eyes asparkle. She left my cousin with us and cantered through the gate and up the road.