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a sparkle or glimmer of light

Soon the rocket was out of sight, and the flame was only seen as a tiny twinkle of light.

to bat, blink or wink the eyes

She smiled and gave a little nod and twinkled her eyes and said, .

to shine with a flickering light; to glimmer

We could see the lights of the village twinkling in the distance.

to flit to and fro

A butterfly twinkled among the vines .

a sparkle of delight in the eyes

He was a rotund, jolly man with a twinkle in his eye.

to be bright with delight

His shrewd little eyes twinkled roguishly.

a flitting movement

I saw the twinkle of white feet,.

{v} toopen and shut the eye, to sparkle
To open and shut the eye rapidly; to blink; to wink
The time of a wink; a twinkling
If a star or a light twinkles, it shines with an unsteady light which rapidly and constantly changes from bright to faint. At night, lights twinkle in distant villages across the valleys. a band of twinkling diamonds
a rapid change in brightness; a brief spark or flash
A closing or opening, or a quick motion, of the eye; a wink or sparkle of the eye
If you say that someone's eyes twinkle, you mean that their face expresses good humour or amusement. She saw her mother's eyes twinkle with amusement. Twinkle is also a noun. A kindly twinkle came into her eyes
{f} sparkle, produce a flickering light; (usually of the eyes) to be bright with pleasure or joy; move quickly and lightly on one's feet; blink, wink (Archaic)
emit or reflect light in a flickering manner; "Does a constellation twinkle more brightly than a single star?"
a rapid change in brightness; a brief spark or flash emit or reflect light in a flickering manner; "Does a constellation twinkle more brightly than a single star?
gleam or glow intermittently; "The lights were flashing"
To shine with an intermitted or a broken, quavering light; to flash at intervals; to sparkle; to scintillate
A brief flash or gleam, esp
when rapidly repeated
{i} sparkle, flicker, faint uneven light; amount of time it takes to wink; wink (Archaic)
twinkle toes
Someone with extraordinary footwork

He's a good dancer, but he's no match to twinkletoes over there.

Twinkle,little star twinkle
a nursery rhyme (=an old song or poem for children) . The rhyme goes: Twinkle, twinkle, little star,/How I wonder what you are./Up above the world so high,/Like a diamond in the sky
Sparkling intermittently
The time it takes to blink the eyes
A shining with fast intermittent light
Present participle of twinkle
{n} a motion of the eye, a spark of light
To twinkle
To twinkle
past of twinkle
{i} someone or something that twinkles, one or that which sparkles (often refers to eyes)
One who, or that which, twinkles, or winks; a winker; an eye
an object that emits or reflects light in an intermittent flickering manner
plural of twinkle
The time of a wink; a moment; an instant
(See Bed-Post )
The act of one who, or of that which, twinkles; a quick movement of the eye; a wink; a twinkle
A shining with intermitted light; a scintillation; a sparkling; as, the twinkling of the stars
a very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat); "if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"
shining intermittently with a sparkling light; "twinkling stars"
{i} action of shining with a flickering light; amount of time it takes to wink; wink (Archaic)
random light fluctuations observed when radiation from an apparently very small light source passes through a disturbed gaseous medium
in the twinkling of an eye in a twinkling very quickly
that twinkles