scintillate

[v] - give off 2. [v] - physics: fluoresce momentarily when struck by a charged particle or high-energy photon
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Scintillate

Scin'til·late intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Scintillated ; present participle & verbal noun Scintillating .] [ Latin scintillare , scintillatum , from scintilla a spark. Confer Stencil .]
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scintillate

coruscate verb be lively or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity; `The musical performance sparkled`; `A scintillating conversation`; `his playing coruscated throughout the concert hall`
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Scintillate

• (v. i.) To emit sparks, or fine igneous particles. • (v. i.) To sparkle, as the fixed stars.
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scintillate

scintillate Lexicomedy definition: Carousing all night ('sin till late').
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scintillate

scintillate, scintillated 1. To send forth sparks or little flashes of light; to sparkle, twinkle. 2. To twinkle rapidly as of stars. Such star twinkling is caused by constant small changes in the atmosphere's density. 3. A reference to a phosphor: to fluoresce momentarily when struck by a charged particle or high-energy photon. 4. To emit as a sp...
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