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Definition of "coruscation" [cor•us•ca•tion]

  • A sudden display of brilliance; a flashing of light, a sparkle. (noun)

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Use "coruscation" in a sentence
  • "Borealian coruscation, which is scarcely within the modest and placid idiosyncracies of sixpence, -- but a gleam of gentle and benign light, just to show where a sixpence had been, and allow you time to say"
  • "And with that, a blinding flash of blue light exploded from his frame, and a luminous wave of purple coruscation propagated outwards through the forest."
  • "He quickly activated the transporter, then turned to watch Lal disappear in a coruscation of white light."