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Sparkle, 1) to emit sparks, to let sparks fly: it (the fire) “will s. in your eyes,” John IV, 1, 115 (i. e. hurt your eyes by sparks). “a fire --ing in lovers' eyes,” Rom. I, 1, 197.
2) to shine, to glitter, to glisten: “--ing stars,” Sonn. 28, 12. “give a favour from you to s. in the spirits of my daughter,” All's V, 3, 75. “his viands --ing in a golden cup,” H6C II, 5, 52. “--s this stone as it was wont?” Cymb. II, 4, 40. Used of eyes (glowing with anger or excitement): Ado III, 1, 51. H4B IV, 1, 121. H6A I, 1, 12. H6B III, 1, 154. III, 2, 317. H6C II, 5, 131. Trans., == to shoot forth: they (ladies' eyes) “s. still the right Promethean fire,” LLL IV, 3, 351.
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