verb (used without object), twin·kled, twin·kling.
verb (used with object), twin·kled, twin·kling.
Related formstwin·kler, nounun·twin·kled, adjective
Examples from the Web for twinkle
Where the light, which made all this place so bright and beautiful, came from, Twinkle could not imagine.Twinkle and Chubbins|L. Frank (Lyman Frank) Baum
"It does, by virtue of the office you hold," replied Mr. Twinkle.
Twinkle, if there were fifteen seeds on a dandelion, and the wind blew ten away, how many would be left?Lulu's Library, Volume II|Louisa M. Alcott
The entrance at this moment of five additional members of the club, effectually disposed of Mr. Twinkle's point of order.
"Let us go back to the house and enjoy Mr. Van Hoosen's hospitality," suggested Mr. Twinkle.