emitting or producing sparks.
animated; lively: a sparky personality.
- spark·i·ly, adverb
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How to use sparky in a sentence
The greater the electrical field within a cloud, the more “sparky” the storm will be.What happens when lightning strikes — and how to stay safe | Matthew Cappucci | August 5, 2022 | Washington Post
The tranches have sparky titles — “Turning the Wheel,” “One-Way Pendulum,” “Some Like It Cold” and “The Longest March” — and they are organized chronologically, mostly, and by category.Meet the forgotten rebels and quiet revolutionaries of women’s history | Lisa Birnbach | March 5, 2021 | Washington Post
Always take sparky for a walk, make sparky and my husband breakfast.
A second stab of sparky flame split the darkness and Robideau reeled back into the arms of his panicky soldiers.Bring Me His Ears | Clarence E. Mulford
sparky's success was greatly due to his extremely specious manner, and his power of playing the part that the occasion demanded.The Stories of the Three Burglars | Frank Richard Stockton
British Dictionary definitions for sparky
lively; vivacious; spirited
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