Coruscation

• (n.) A sudden flash or play of light. • (n.) A flash of intellectual brilliancy.
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coruscation

<symptom> Rarely used psychiatric term for a subjective sensation of a flash of light before the eyes. ... Origin: L. Corusco, to flash ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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coruscation

(kor″әs-ka´shәn) the sensation as of a flash of light before the eyes.
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coruscation

noun a sudden or striking display of brilliance; `coruscations of great wit`
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Coruscation

Cor`us·ca'tion noun [ Latin coruscatio : confer French coruscattion .] 1. A sudden flash or play of light. « A very vivid but exceeding short-lived splender, not to call ...t a little coruscation . Boyle. » 2. A flash of intellectual brillian...
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coruscation

the occurrence of a small flash or spark
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coruscation

[n] - a sudden or striking display of brilliance
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