Lexicographical Neighbors of Asparkle
Literary usage of Asparkle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jack London and Hawaii by Charmian London (1918)
"The world was all asparkle from glinting mountain brow above purple forest and thick shining cloud-ring, down the dewy undulating lap of rustling cane, ..."
2. The Poet in the Desert by Charles Erskine Scott Wood (1915)
"POET: My little sisters, my pretty little sisters, With Life's morning in your cheeks; Your eyes asparkle with the morning stars; Your bodies bathed in the ..."
3. The Original Plymouth Pulpit: Sermons of Henry Ward Beecher in Plymouth by Henry Ward Beecher (1893)
"... in a nursery where children are playin without any sort of feeling; but put me where those children and I am asparkle all over, because I love children. ..."
4. American History Stories by Mara Louise Pratt-Chadwick (1888)
"Roger cries with eyes asparkle, " O yes ! now I understand." " I've awakened here in Plymouth, ..."