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Use "twinkly" in a sentence
"Opens with a synth-brass fanfare before settling into a sleek groove that recalls the twinkly, ethereal bits of Fleetwood Mac's 'Tango In The Night'."
"I had seen the Taylor/Burton/Ziffereli version (ghastly), the "twinkly" Raul Julia/Meryl Streep version (broad comedy), the "non-twinkly" Jonathan Miller production for the BBC (earnest and dullish), and a recent stage version which attempted to avoid the minefields altogether by making the whole play a dream by the drunken Christopher Sly, the character seen in the play's induction and never seen again."
"Unfortunately for him, it turns out: a) the notion of twinkly bald middle-aged men being pursued by predatory drink-spiking barflies is not entirely convincing; and b) Shreeves couldn't make it, having been called away to attend a press conference at Arsenal."