changing in luster or color: chatoyant silk.
Jewelry. reflecting a single streak of light when cut in a cabochon.
Jewelry. a cabochon-cut gemstone having this reflected streak, as a chrysoberyl cat's-eye.
Origin: 1790–1800; Related forms
special use of present participle of chatoyer
to change luster like a cat's eye, equivalent to chat cat1
v. suffix + -ant -ant
cha·toy·ance, cha·toy·an·cy, noun
is always a great word to know.
So is interrobang. Does it mean: