Cor`us*ca"tion (k?r`?s-k?"sh?n), n. [L. coruscatio: cf. F. coruscattion.]

1.

A sudden flash or play of light.

A very vivid but exceeding short-lived splender, not to call t a little coruscation. Boyle.

2.

A flash of intellectual brilliancy.

He might have illuminated his times with the incessant corcations of his genius. I. Taylor.

Syn. -- Flash; glitter; blaze; gleam; sparkle.

 

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