MEANING: verb intr.: 1. To sparkle, flash, or gleam.
2. To display great style or technique.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin coruscare (to flash). Earliest documented use: 1705.

CHORUSCATE - to arrange to be sung by a group of voices

CORUSGATE - 1. the portal through which the singers enter; 2. scandal in the Altos

CORPUS CATE - the body of an untamed shrew