coruscate :

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  • v  reflect brightly
  • v  be lively or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity
    his playing coruscated throughout the concert hall

  • Before the contest was over they had done it three times more, belatedly accepting knarled (for gnarled), coruscate with a double "r" and rarefy with an "i," after first waving the .
  • To spell supersede with a "c" and coruscate with a double "r" is to disregard the Latin roots from which they stem.
  • And tilings coruscate like gems.

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