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An encounter becomes heated or lively.‘sparks always fly when you two get together’
- ‘From the very first he had seen the sparks fly between them, but he had never imagined that it would come to this.’
- ‘One day someone will get Tiga and Kelis on a track together, and watch the sparks fly when they do.’
- ‘At times, she swore she saw a few sparks fly in the space between the two.’
- ‘The moment you two met in that studio, the moment your hands touched, I saw sparks fly.’
- ‘Lisa was disappointed, she really wanted to see sparks fly between the two of them.’
- ‘Sure Ben was nice and held me when I needed comforting but Trevor's touch made sparks fly for some reason.’
- ‘Watch the sparks fly in some churches if and when such a discussion takes place.’
- ‘What kind of sparks fly when Olivia realizes her dreams of a lazy weekend are thwarted?’
- ‘I at least want the opportunity, and the chance to see if the sparks fly like I have been dreaming they will!’
- ‘Olschok seems more preoccupied by attempting to thrill the audience than he his trying at make sure sparks fly between the two leads.’
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