sparkler


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

sparkler

slang Any sparkling gemstone, especially a diamond. Did you see the sparkler on Emma's engagement ring? It's huge!

sparkler

n. a diamond; gemstones. Look at the sparklers on that old dame.
References in periodicals archive ?
Sparkler is an early learning platform that measures child development and delivers personalised content and coaching to parents to improve child outcomes.
This Spanish methode champenoise sparkler is produced in a large DO in the Catalonia region in blanc and rose styles.
A little focused tasting of the main high-quality types available here--West Coast traditional-method sparklers, French Champagne, Spanish cava, and Italian prosecco--will quickly clarify the differences, reveal personal preferences, and turn a holiday gathering into a tasting party that will be fun for wine lovers and neophytes alike.
GIANT 10 Mega Sparklers (16 inch), PS3, buy one, get one free, from Waitrose.
That means visitors to tonight's events south of the river at Saltwell Park, Barmoor and Oliver Henderson Park, and in the city at Elswick Park, Broadway West Playing Fields, Sandyford's City Stadium and Walker Park will be unable to wave sparklers.
Rollin Soles, winemaker at Argyle Winery in Oregon's Willamette Valley, which has been making both sparklers and still wines since the late 1980s, acknowledges a key motivation for him is that, "I love drinking sparkling wine.
I just hope I'm not too old to write my name with a sparkler!
He also would not comment on whether rumours the sparkler had been flushed down the loo had hurt the price.
He just couldn't keep his hands off them goddamned sparklers. I wasn't out there pissing for two minutes and when I came back in that whole display was burning.
Trained by John Mullins, the daughter of Droopys Woods-Minnies Sparkler had won a preliminary of that competition in 29.00sec, and later annexed a 640m Stow open in 40.09sec (-20) while still a puppy.
Ioan proposed to Alice on New Year's Eve while on holiday in Cuba and, while she wasn't looking, slipped a diamond sparkler in her mojito cocktail!
'Even a simple sparkler can reach temperatures of 1,000C - that's 10 times the temperature of boiling water.'
Delicious and affordable, this French sparkler is elegantly fruity, fresh and well-balanced; the flavors expand on a crisp, harmonious finish.
All of a sudden she paused as she played with a sparkler, and blood was gushing from her face.
Andrew Backhouse, seven, of Acklam, showing off his sparkler |skills on November 5, 1979, in Middlesbrough, above