Definition of Twinklers

1. Noun. (plural of twinkler) ¹



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Definition of Twinklers

1. twinkler [n] - See also: twinkler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twinklers

twinight
twining
twiningly
twinings
twinjet
twinjets
twink
twinked
twinkie
twinkies
twinking
twinkle
twinkle toes
twinkled
twinkler
twinklers (current term)
twinkles
twinklier
twinkliest
twinkling
twinkling(a)
twinklingly
twinklings
twinkly
twinkly-eyed
twinks
twinleaf
twinleafs
twinless
twinlike

Literary usage of Twinklers

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1. Christopher and Columbus by Elizabeth (1919)
"It seemed to Mr. Twist, who caught scraps of conversation as he came and went, that in the cabin the twinklers must have alienated sympathy. They had. ..."

2. Paris Reborn: A Study in Civic Psychology by Herbert Adams Gibbons (1915)
"As some stars twinkle and others don't— for reasons which I would be the last in the world to try to explain—the twinklers, by the very fact that they move, ..."

3. Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology by Society of Biblical Archaeology (1897)
"The twinklers (3) fall away from the Mount of Glory at the East of Heaven, at the voice of Nut as she buildeth up the paths of Ra, before the Ancient one ..."

4. Proceedings by Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England), Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England). (1897)
"(2) Rji maketh his appearance at the Mount of Glory, with the Cycle of gods about him : the Strong one issueth from his hidden abode. The twinklers (3) fall ..."

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