Examples of twinkling in a Sentence
in a twinkling, the rabbit had disappeared
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The blinking lights, which run at 40 hertz, or 40 times a second, are less reminiscent of a strobe in a club, and more like the twinkling of stars, says Li-Huei Tsai, author of the study, which appeared in Nature.
First installed in 1968, the twinkling lights are not digital, but mechanically function with the original controller, which was built in the ’30s.
After a few hours, someone spotted the twinkling lights of a large ship cruising slowly in the distance.
Vlemmiks recommends staying at Strawberry Hill, where guests can see the city's twinkling lights beyond the mountains while hearing faint reggae beats.
Until recently, astronomers didn’t even know that the twinkling point of light was more than one star.
A coffered ceiling featuring black insets with small twinkling lights offers the feel of watching a movie under the stars.
The event featured illuminated floats, regional marching bands carrying LED covered instruments and people in a variety of elaborate twinkling costumes.
Ms. Kelley has a twinkling gaze, an agreeable singing voice and a smile of invincible innocence.
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