sparklingly


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sparklingly

(ˈspɑːklɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a sparkling manner
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Gallon after gallon of wine and mead disappeared, and everybody got comfortable, then happy, then sparklingly joyous -- both sexes, -- and by and by pretty noisy.
I led him out of the wet and wild wood into some cheerful fields: I described to him how brilliantly green they were; how the flowers and hedges looked refreshed; how sparklingly blue was the sky.
Glinka's Ruslan and Ludmila Overture was given as sparklingly and fizzingly as that to Mozart's Marriage of Figaro (which is just a tad shorter), with its sturdy native melodies full-throatedly sung by the CBSO strings.
The Mouth rocked back, letting out a huge guffaw at his own sparklingly witty humour.
The fragrances are bright, fun and vivacious - one for her that's sparklingly fresh using notes of rose, lemon and bergamot while the other for him is more intense with hints of grapefruit and cedar.
WHEN God himself introduces you to the characters in this sparklingly funny novel, you know you're in for a treat.
There are also times when Mendelssohn can be detected, in the sparklingly confident instrumental fluency.
Make sure the wards are so sparklingly clean you can eat your dinner off the floor and then keep them that way.
A sparklingly funny and honest novel which will strike a chord with all married women, especially those whose husbands play squash...
Ray was back five days later to catch a sparklingly fresh 16lb 6oz fish after just 10 minutes.
In fact it was so sparklingly obvious, our photographer Frank Loughlin couldn't help pointing at it and asking: ``Can I take a picture of the ring?''
A sparklingly funny book, full of warmth, friendship and wit in which the renovation of houses reflects the changing state of the characters' relationships.