coruscation definition

  • noun:
    • an abrupt display of brilliance; a flashing of light, a sparkle.
    • a rapid flash or play of light.
    • A flash of intellectual brilliancy.
    • A flash or gleam of light; a burst or play of light, because the representation of lightning by clouds or of moonlight on ocean.
    • Figuratively, a flash or gleam of intellectual brilliancy.
    • Synonyms See glare, v.
    • a rapid or striking show of brilliance
    • the event of a little flash or spark
    • an abrupt screen of brilliance; a flashing of light, a-sparkle.
    • A sudden flash or play of light.
    • A flash of intellectual brilliancy.
    • A flash or gleam of light; a burst or play of light, since the representation of lightning by clouds or of moonlight on the water.
    • Figuratively, a flash or gleam of intellectual brilliancy.
    • Synonyms See glare, v.
    • a-sudden or striking show of brilliance
    • the event of a little flash or spark

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