v. spar·kled, spar·kling, spar·kles
1. To give off sparks.
2. To give off or reflect flashes of light; glitter. See Synonyms at flash.
3. To be brilliant in performance.
a. To shine with animation: He has eyes that sparkle.
b. To flash with wit: Her conversation sparkled all evening.
5. To release gas bubbles; effervesce: Champagne sparkles.
To cause to flash and glitter: Sunlight was sparkling the waves.