verb (used without object), twin·kled, twin·kling.
verb (used with object), twin·kled, twin·kling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM twinkletwinkler, nounun·twin·kled, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for twinkle
He had more twinkle in his eye that one might expect for a man possessed by planetary demise.The Climate Crisis Is Worse Than You Can Imagine. Here’s What Happens If You Try.|by Elizabeth Weil|January 25, 2021|ProPublica
Quickly switch between eight lighting modes, including twinkle and steady.
Mr. Twinkle was followed by Jack, who could not help smiling at the dense ignorance displayed by the previous speakers.
The entrance at this moment of five additional members of the club, effectually disposed of Mr. Twinkle's point of order.
Captain Cannon and Mr. Twinkle were in high spirits, and even Mr. Mole looked forward to some excellent sport.
It was observable that Mr. Twinkle trembled violently and could scarcely hold his gun.
He threw himself down in the long grass, while Captain Cannon retired behind the unfortunate Twinkle.