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Sentence count:172+4Posted:2016-07-22Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: flashgleamglimmerSimilar words: parkingspatespaceHispanicSpanishnewspapermarksharkMeaning: [spɑrk /spɑːk]  n. 1. a momentary flash of light 2. merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance 3. electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field 4. a small but noticeable trace of some quality that might become stronger 5. Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918) 6. a small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction. v. 1. put in motion or move to act 2. emit or produce sparks. 
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31. For a moment, she felt a spark of hope.
32. Jopanini is second favourite for Saturday's race, behind Bright Spark.
33. Rachel looked at her and felt a spark of hope.
34. The proposal would spark a storm of protest around the country.
35. She was suddenly aware of the romantic spark between them.
36. He passed an electric spark through a mixture of gases.
37. She's the spark plug of the team - the one who gets everyone else to give their all.
38. This proposal will almost certainly spark another countrywide debate about how to organize the school system.
39. Do be careful with those fireworks; the slightest spark could set them off.
40. You can start a fire by rubbing two dry pieces of wood together until you produce a spark.
41. McKellan's performance gives the play its spark of life .
42. The vital spark that would have brought the play to life was missing.
43. The woman's eyes still had a spark of life in them.
44. The organizers are hoping to spark some interest in young people.
45. Some bright spark thought the building was on fire and called the fire brigade.
46. A spark from the fire had set light to a rug.
47. That small incident was the spark that set off the street riots.
48. UN troops are in a cleft stick: something has to be done for the civilian population, yet to retaliate would surely be the spark to ignite all-out war.
49. You can immobilize the car by removing the spark plugs.
50. Twin spark plugs per cylinder are one novel touch.
51. Then a small spark of comfort occurred to him.
52. This will spark rounds of attack and counterattack ads.
53. An incautious word, I felt, could spark off resentment.
54. The gas is ignited by an electrical spark.
55. Critics fear it will spark damaging competition between schools.
56. It didn't take long for some bright spark to try out the Doom Diver Catapult in a battle.
57. The growers appeared to be facing ruin until one bright spark hit on an idea.
58. Muriel Spark began to build the case for the defence in her ground-breaking study of 1951.
59. The guidelines reflect a growing concern among ministers that the planned escalation of the programme could spark severe social tensions.
60. Such is the spark of creativity generated by the presence of a member of the executive committee demanding to be asked questions.
More similar words: parkingspatespaceHispanicSpanishnewspapermarksharkmarkermark offmark outremarkmarketlandmarkin the darksupermarketmarketingthe dark agesremarkablemarketplacepar.partcompareparentpartydepartparishparadepardonpartly
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