sparkly

[spahr-klee]
adjective, spar·kli·er, spar·kli·est.
  1. tending to sparkle; animated; lively: a row of sparkly cheerleaders.
  2. (of a wine) naturally carbonated; effervescent.

Origin of sparkly

First recorded in 1920–25; sparkle + -y1
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Word Origin and History for sparkly
adv.

1922, from sparkle + -y (2). Related: Sparkliness.

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