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- v. Present participle of scintillate.
- adj. That scintillates with brief flashes of light; sparkling.
- adj. Brilliantly clever, amusing or witty.
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- adj. brilliantly clever
- adj. having brief brilliant points or flashes of light
- adj. marked by high spirits or excitement
I overdid it, she thought in terror, as she recalled her scintillating remarks and elaborate manner.
Pointe's performances have been described as scintillating and legendary, and she spent a few minutes with us to give us the lowdown on what to expect.
What a "scintillating" speech the new leader made, according to the Mirror.
The Good Foot, LondonAn all-new night of all-old jams, The Good Foot is a funk and rare groove shakedown playing the kind of scintillating sonics that are just as much fun to scratch your beard to in a knowledgable muso way as they are to cut some serious rug to.
McChesney called it "scintillating" as he build a "mountain (ous)" historical record on what no one had ever written.
And -- and I think that was the sense that -- that a lot of people of my age had about the White House, you know, the best and the brightest, that it was a place, it was an office that demanded a kind of scintillating intellect.
Bafana Bafana national soccer team would deliver a "scintillating" performance in their World Cup qualifier against Congo on Saturday.
This time it was McAnuff and Jimmy Kebe who joined forces to torment the City defence in a first half display rightly described by manager Brian McDermott as 'scintillating'.
There was no doubting the superior class that the visitors had to offer - "scintillating",
Moyes described his side's first 20 minutes as "scintillating" but admitted Arteta was lucky to stay on the pitch after poking Morten Gamst Pedersen in the cheek and eye.