brainier brainier


  • (adj) having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence



  1. Indeed, Elegance can be a bit intimidating when Rene's philosophical references and brainier ruminations run thick.
  2. A new study sheds light on how memory works and raises questions about whether we should use genetics to make people brainier SEPTEMBER 13, 1999.
  3. Game play combines hard-core first-person combat with some brainier tactical-squad-based action.


  • Woman whose Albemarle home split by tree arrives home

    A woman whose home was split in two after Thursday night's storms came home to Albemarle Saturday. Barbara Klein was in Chicago and preparing to head overseas when she learned that a huge oak tree had fallen into her house. "It was a no-brainier. I had to come home and see what was done," she said. She said the dining room was destroyed, the spare front bedroom, and her attic. She spent much of ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: WSOC-TV Charlotte


  1. "I asked Bengie before the game if he was ready to win this game for us. He is our best RBI guy, so that was a no brainier," San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy said.
    on Apr 22, 2009 By: Bruce Bochy Source: USA Today

  2. "This is a no brainier. Absolutely we will fund whatever it's going to cost to make this happen. Craig hospital gave me a chance to win. Now, I want to be able to continue those chances for other people who get this devastating injury to come back...
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: Mike Utley Source:

  3. "I've known John for many years now, and the experience that he has gained during his coaching career at the MLS, A-League and collegiate level made him a no brainier for the first assistant coach position," Clavijo said. "With Murphy and...
    on Jan 11, 2005 By: Fernando Clavijo Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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