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This was just a dream, a sparkle in our eyes 10 years ago, that we would be able to sequence this many genomes.

Drawn by the sparkle and pizzazz, West Virginians made the Hollywood a huge success.

From Fortune

Despite the sparkle of the tech economy, there is no guarantee that the new jobs that might arrive will match that standard.

From Fortune

The fun part and being with their peers is where we’re seeing the sparkle come back in their eyes.

The crown jewel of India’s banking system is losing its sparkle.

From Quartz

Sitting in that plastic pitcher, she said, the water seemed to sparkle.

Travelers are in danger of losing the “sparkle in their eyes” if they know too much in advance.

Sascha Hertli, chief executive of Rococo Dessous, discovered the missing sparkle while a consultant in oil-rich Qatar.

I got back in shape when I moved to Los Angeles, and with that went most of my Roger Sterling sparkle.

But he took the “sparkle” just before driving Shrimpton down a narrow winding mountain road.

It warmed the heart of Marcelle, too, and made her cheeks glow and her eyes sparkle—and added a rosier color to her lips.

It certainly does not sparkle now, but it must have come of a witty stock, and have boasted a mirth-provoking pedigree.

The sunshine was hot, the snow was brilliantly white, and seemed to sparkle as if covered with diamonds.

Through the broad leaves of the trees showed the night sky, pale with moonlight and the sparkle of the stars.

But here the sparkle in the wine had died, leaving the cup that had brimmed flat and dull and only half full after all.

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On this page you'll find 125 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sparkle, such as: gleam, glimmer, glint, glitz, glow, and radiance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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