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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of scintillate.

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Examples

  • Twenty five years since the first film of the Terminator franchise scintillated science fiction fans all over the world, the future is upon us now with Terminator: Salvation.

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  • Excited waves of white and dull brown scintillated across its body.

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  • Like a chameleon, he titubated and scintillated grandly between the diverse parts of him, stunning by frontal attack and surprising and confouding by flanking sweeps the mental homogeneity of the more simply constituted souls who came in to his revival to sit under him and flame to his flaming.

    WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL

  • Chelsea have suffered in riotous collisions with Manchester United and now Arsenal this season despite the fact that, in both contests with rival contenders, they have scintillated.

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  • Excited waves of white and dull brown scintillated across its body.

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  • Huge blocks topped and overtopped one another, only to serve as pedestals for great white masses, which blazed and scintillated in the sun like monstrous jewels.

    CHAPTER 25

  • The Kid had a good eye for the trick of a step, and ear for the lilt of a voice, and his private choice was a marvelous creature who scintillated as the 'Aurora Borealis.'

    The Wife of a King

  • The Kid had a good eye for the trick of a step, and ear for the lilt of a voice, and his private choice was a marvelous creature who scintillated as the 'Aurora Borealis.'

    The Wife of a King

  • Sometimes a rainbow and sometimes a cloud of indescribable colors shifted and scintillated.

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  • His face scintillated as I watched, like the optical illusion of a vase and two faces, flickering between known and unknown.

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