WORD OF THE DAY
Coruscation
cor-ə-SKEY-shən
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, 15th century
1

A glittering or sparkling flash of light

2

A striking display of wit

Examples of Coruscation in a sentence

“The disco ball shot a shimmering coruscation around the dance floor everytime the spotlight hit it.”

“She impressed her dinner partner with a quick coruscation, explaining the art show they just saw.”