The supple, well-trained horses lose the scintillation on their coats, while Uncle Sam's blue is growing mauve very rapidly.
If brains were radium, you couldn't make a flicker on a scintillation counter.
"No," said Aurora, with a scintillation of irrepressible mischief in her eyes.
“To save you,” said the hermit, with a scintillation of his half-pitiful smile.
"La bourse" she repeated, softly smiling, but with a scintillation of the eyes in resentment of his scrutiny.
So long as we can get a scintillation of their meaning we must be satisfied.
Miriam retorted with the first scintillation of gaiety she had shown on this occasion.
Every kind of scintillation flashed from the gem-incrusted dishes.
He had observed, on the contrary, that nine times in ten the scintillation of stars was an augury of fine weather.
"To save you" said the hermit, with a scintillation of his half-pitiful smile.
scintillation scin·til·la·tion (sĭn'tl-ā'shən)
A spark; a flash.
A flash of light produced in a phosphor by absorption of an ionizing particle or photon.