Coruscate

• (v. i.) To glitter in flashes; to flash.
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Coruscate

Cor'us·cate intransitive verb [ Latin coruscare to flash, vibrate.] To glitter in flashes; to flash. Syn. -- To glisten; gleam; sparkle; radiate.
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coruscate

coruscate, coruscating 1. To give forth flashes of bright light; to sparkle and to glitter: 'We saw the diamonds coruscating in the candlelight.' 2. To exhibit sparkling virtuosity: 'She was a singer whose songs coruscated throughout the concert hall.'
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coruscate

reflect brightly
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coruscate

to sparkle; to throw off flashes of light
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