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sparks fly

Definition of sparks fly in English:

An encounter becomes heated or lively: sparks always fly when you two get together
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  • Olschok seems more preoccupied by attempting to thrill the audience than he his trying at make sure sparks fly between the two leads.
  • Sure Ben was nice and held me when I needed comforting but Trevor's touch made sparks fly for some reason.
  • I at least want the opportunity, and the chance to see if the sparks fly like I have been dreaming they will!
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