coruscate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to provide forth flashes of light; glow and glitter: diamonds coruscating in the candlelight.
    • to demonstrate sparkling virtuosity: a flutist whoever music coruscated through the concert hall.
    • To glitter in flashes; to flash.
    • to provide forth flashes of light; glow and sparkle: diamonds coruscating inside candlelight.
    • showing gleaming virtuosity: a flutist whoever songs coruscated throughout the show hall.
    • To glitter in flashes; to flash.
  • verb:
    • to offer off light; to reflect in flashes; to sparkle.
    • to demonstrate brilliant technique or style.
    • reflect brightly
    • be vibrant or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity
    • To give down light; to mirror in flashes; to sparkle.
    • To exhibit brilliant method or style.
    • mirror brightly
    • be vibrant or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity
  • others:
    • To emit brilliant flashes of light; flash; lighten; gleam.
    • Synonyms Sparkle, Scintillate, etc. See glare.
    • To emit brilliant flashes of light; flash; lighten; gleam.
    • Synonyms Sparkle, Scintillate, etc. See glare.

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