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coruscate (v.)

"emit, vivid flashes of light," 1705, from Latin coruscatus, past participle of coruscare "to vibrate, glitter," perhaps from PIE *(s)ker- (2) "leap, jump about" (compare scherzo), but de Vaan considers this "a long shot." Related: Coruscated; coruscating.

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Definitions of coruscate

coruscate (v.)
reflect brightly;
Synonyms: sparkle / scintillate
coruscate (v.)
be lively or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity;
his playing coruscated throughout the concert hall
Synonyms: sparkle / scintillate
From wordnet.princeton.edu