When he turned his head quickly his hair seemed to shake out light, and some persons thought they saw decided genius in this coruscation
One more coruscation
, my dear Watson--yet another brain-wave
The newspapers and magazines that fed the American mind--for books upon this impatient continent had become simply material for the energy of collectors--were instantly a coruscation
of war pictures and of headlines that rose like rockets and burst like shells.
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
Why, on the outside cover were printed every month the words of one of the world's great writers, words proclaiming the inspired mission of the TRANSCONTINENTAL by a star of literature whose first coruscations
had appeared inside those self-same covers.
Mrs Verloc was sitting in the place where poor Stevie usually established himself of an evening with paper and pencil for the pastime of drawing these coruscations
of innumerable circles suggesting chaos and eternity.
Bright flashes of flame shot up here and there, along the margin of the waste, like the nimble coruscations
of the North, but far more angry and threatening in their colour and changes.
but here] the dense play of roman and italic type (sometimes further unsettled by Greek), the visual interruptions worked by stage directions (both tabular registers and prose descriptions), and, above all, the printed marginalia, with their pointed clog of abbreviation and textual reference--the combined effect of all this is to produce a textual coruscation
that disrupts the easy symmetries of verse array.
In the classroom, "the noise was moving and growing," the "noise was amazing," "a sudden coruscation
of sonic energy"; it's a "verbal jungle," where "the noise was like orange marmalade" or a "typhoon" or "a massive molten fondue.