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Another word for spark

  1. A sudden quick light

      1. To close and open the eyelid of one eye deliberately, as to convey a message, signal, or suggestion.
      2. To close and open the eyelids of both eyes; blink.
      3. To shine fitfully; twinkle:
      1. To shine with slight, intermittent gleams, as distant lights or stars; flicker; glimmer.
      2. To be bright or sparkling, as with merriment or delight:
      3. To blink or wink the eyes.
      1. A momentary flash of light; a sparkle:
      2. A faint or fleeting indication; a trace:
      3. To gleam or give out small flashes of light, usually by reflection:
      1. A dim or intermittent flicker or flash of light.
      2. A faint manifestation or indication; a trace:
      3. To emit a dim, intermittent light:
      1. A brief beam or flash of light:
      2. A steady but subdued shining; a glow:
      3. A brief or dim indication; a trace:
      1. To direct the eyes at or toward something briefly:
      2. To read quickly or in cursory fashion:
      3. To strike a surface at such an angle as to be deflected:
      1. To move waveringly; flutter:
      2. To burn or shine unsteadily or fitfully:
      3. To be displayed with fluctuating brightness:
      1. To burst forth into or as if into flame.
      2. To give off light or be lighted in sudden or intermittent bursts.
      3. To appear or occur suddenly:
      1. a coruscating; sparkling
      2. a flash or gleam of light
      3. a sudden brilliant display, as of wit
      1. To close and open one or both of the eyes rapidly.
      2. To look in astonishment or disbelief, typically with the eyes blinking:
      3. To look through half-closed eyes, as in a bright glare; squint:
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  2. A source of further growth and development

      1. A mature plant ovule containing an embryo.
      2. A small dry fruit, spore, or other propagative plant part.
      3. Seeds considered as a group:
      1. A central or essential part around which other parts are gathered or grouped; a core:
      2. Something regarded as a basis for future development and growth; a kernel:
      3. A membrane-bound organelle within a eukaryotic cell that contains most of the cell's genetic material. DNA transcription takes place in the nucleus.
      1. A grain or seed, as of a cereal grass, enclosed in a husk.
      2. The usually edible seed inside the hard covering of a nut or fruit stone.
      3. The central or most important part; the core:
      1. A small mass of protoplasm or cells from which a new organism or one of its parts may develop.
      2. The earliest form of an organism; a seed, bud, or spore.
      3. A microorganism, especially a pathogen.
      1. The collection of cells that has developed from the fertilized egg of a vertebrate animal, before all the major organs have developed.
      2. A collection of such cells of a human, especially from implantation in the uterine wall through the eighth week of development.
      3. The young sporophytic plant contained within a seed or an archegonium.
      1. A small protuberance on a stem or branch, sometimes enclosed in protective scales and containing an undeveloped leaf, flower, or leafy shoot.
      2. The stage or condition of having buds:
      3. An asexual reproductive structure, as in yeast or a hydra, that consists of an outgrowth capable of developing into a new individual.
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  1. To attempt to gain the affection of

      1. A love affair:
      2. Ardent emotional attachment or involvement between people; love:
      3. A strong, sometimes short-lived attachment, fascination, or enthusiasm for something:
      1. To seek the affection of (someone, especially a woman) with the intent to marry or begin a romantic relationship.
      2. To gain the favor of (someone) or move (someone) to do something by entreaties or inducements:
      3. To seek the romantic affection of someone, especially a woman.
      1. To follow in an effort to overtake or capture; chase:
      2. To strive to gain or accomplish:
      3. To proceed along the course of; follow:
      1. An extent of open ground partially or completely enclosed by walls or buildings; a courtyard.
      2. A short street, especially a wide alley walled by buildings on three sides.
      3. A large open section of a building, often with a glass roof or skylight.
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