Definition of coruscant in English:

coruscant

Line breaks: cor¦us|cant
Pronunciation: /kɒˈrʌsk(ə)nt
 
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adjective

literary
  • Glittering; sparkling.
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    • Suddenly, the black shadow burst into coruscant life, amethyst shields erupting into shimmering life, drowning the blue radiance.
    • Red-gold fire showed through the shrivelling skin, and then all at once it flared into coruscant life, a pillar of blinding plasma that flashed from floor to ceiling and left a smear of superheated ash on the walls.
    • And the rising sun met the falling star and flashed into coruscant life, a roaring tide of fiery might that batted away cold beams and sent an incandescent lance of godly light in retaliation.

Origin

late 15th century: from Latin coruscant- 'vibrating, glittering', from the verb coruscare.

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