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Coruscation   Listen
Coruscation  n.  
A sudden flash or play of light. "A very vivid but exceeding short-lived splender, not to call it a little coruscation."
A flash of intellectual brilliancy. "He might have illuminated his times with the incessant coruscations of his genius."
Synonyms: Flash; glitter; blaze; gleam; sparkle.

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"Coruscation" Quotes from Famous Books

... the art of legerdemain, of mere calm, astonishing manipulation, so applauded in regions where romance has not yet been quite trampled down by reason. Lorne scored; he scored in face of probability, expectation, fact; it was the very climax and coruscation of score. He scored not only by the cards he held but by the beautiful way he played them, if one may say so. His nature came into this, his gravity and gentleness, his sympathy, his young angry ...
— The Imperialist • (a.k.a. Mrs. Everard Cotes) Sara Jeannette Duncan

Words linked to "Coruscation" :   sparkle, coruscate, flash, glitter, genius

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