Definition of coruscation in English:


Pronunciation /kôrəˈskāSH(ə)n/ /kɔrəˈskeɪʃ(ə)n/



See coruscate

‘What part of her father may have been human in form was entirely obscured by the coruscations of white light which, whether by accident or design, accompanied him.’
  • ‘A coruscation of faces recalls the Malthusian horrors of the early 20 th-century Belgian artist James Ensor.’
  • ‘The pitchy pigment's obscuring weight seems to bank rather than smother the glimmering coruscations.’
  • ‘A single blue and single red spasm of coruscation flickered on either side of the dragon.’
  • ‘The stars had come out and the fireworks that announced the Festival were flying up in the sky and littering the big black nothing with flambeau and coruscation.’