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Twinkle in one’s eye

DEFINITION

(Old fashioned) Inspired, happy sense. The phrase suggests an excitement about seeing someone or planning to do some escapade. (Compare to Gleam of hope.)

“Every time I visit my granddaughter, it puts a twinkle in my eye.”

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