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Noun
A destructive burning of something
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Plural for a small flash of light produced by a sudden disruptive electrical discharge through the air
“When the wire from the zinc ball was lifted from the cup, there was a spark upon breaking the circuit.”
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Plural for a sense of liveliness and excitement
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“The lyrics don't seem to communicate anything, and there's no vitality, passion, or spark in the musical performance.”
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Plural for something that elicits or influences an activity or response
“His rousing speech was the spark that gave rise to a whole new generation of entrepreneurs.”
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Plural for a small amount of a quality or intense feeling
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“Don would notice a distinct spark of anger in Hillary's eyes as he spoke.”
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Plural for the cause or latent beginning of a feeling, process, or condition
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Plural for a black rock formed from prehistoric plant remains, composed largely of carbon and burned as a fuel
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Plural for a type of small sled consisting of a handlebar mounted on a pair of flexible metal runners
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Plural for something used to produce a flame or spark
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Plural for energized matter, power
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Plural for a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
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Plural for secret agent
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Plural for the central and most important part of an object, movement, or group, forming the basis for its activity and growth
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Plural for a compact growth on a plant that develops into a leaf, flower, or shoot
Verb
To emanate or shoot forth sparks
“The mist expanded, spinning around his entire body before it began to spark as if it was about to ignite.”
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To rouse a strong feeling or action
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“I began writing short stories as a means to spark my creative juices and jumpstart my brain.”
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To come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
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Seek as romantic partner
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To come up with a plan, idea or design
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Think or assume that something is true or probable but lack proof or certain knowledge
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To discover (something hidden, lost, or kept secret) by investigation or searching
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