[ kawr-uh-skey-shuhn ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
from the Late Latin word coruscātiōn- (stem of coruscātiō)
  • blink
  • flash
  • flicker
  • glance
  • gleam
  • glimmer
  • glint
  • spark
  • twinkle
  • wink
  • glitter
  • sparkle
  • dullness
the act of coruscating; a sudden gleam or flash of light; a striking display of brilliance or wit
A single blue and single red spasm of coruscation flickered on either side of the dragon.
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