cor·us·ca·tionnoun \ˌkȯr-ə-ˈskā-shən, ˌkär-\
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Example:"Her eyes dwelt affectionately on Green Gables, peering through its network of trees and reflecting the sunlight back from its windows in several little coruscations of glory."
(L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables)
And of course, there was the famous planet Coruscant...;)
<a classic car from the 1950s, replete with yards of coruscating chrome>
Latin coruscatus, past participle of coruscare to flash
First Known Use: 1705