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coruscate (KOHR uh skayt") (verb), coruscates; coruscated; coruscating
1. To give forth flashes of bright light which sparkle and glitter: Jack presented Janice with a diamond ring that was coruscating in the candlelight when they were dining out while celebrating their engagement to get married.
2. To exhibit sparkling virtuosity with lively skill or technique when doing something; such as, a musical performance: The little nine-year old singer in the talent show sang an opera that coruscated throughout international TV and is still coruscating on the internet.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “coruscates
To give forth flashes of bright light that sparkle and glitter; such as, to present a display of knowledge, skill, or humor. (1)