brightly brightly  /b ˈraɪt li/


  • (adv) with brightness



  1. The bodies were made of brightly colored, dent-resistant plastic, like PlaySkool furniture.
  2. The evidence for some foods, such as fish, is stronger than for others, like turmeric and brightly colored vegetables.
  3. Wear the large, brightly checked square of cotton around the neck, shawl style over the shoulders or wrapped around the head, and the look will be perfect 1988 American street style.


  1. Los Alamitos students tackle life before death

    LOS ALAMITOS - Inside a brightly-decorated classroom at Los Alamitos High School, students gather to talk about death.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Orange County Register

  2. QPC enjoys Neon Day

    Patricia Cordero's 7th grade class at Queen of Peace Elementary School enjoyed "Neon Day" by wearing brightly colored clothing. This was one of the activities the children participated in as the school year winds down.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Record

  3. Here’s to you, Class of 2013

    The sun was shining brightly on Blocksidge Field Sunday, June 2, as the Class of 2013 said goodbye to Swampscott High, and hello to the future. Many speakers that afternoon, such as Valedictorian Aristana Scourtas, reflected on the past four years, sharing knowledge and wisdom about what high school has taught them.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Swampscott Reporter


  1. "That's the reason why I got into cricket in the first place and the desire is still burning brightly," Mahmood explained. "I've got a lot of years ahead of me in the game, and it would be great to spend those years representing my country...
    on May 7, 2008 By: Sajid Mahmood Source:

  2. "Protecting children from smoking is a government priority and taking away temptation is one way to do this," Public Health Minister Dawn Primarolo said on Saturday. "If banning brightly colored packets, removing cigarettes from display and...
    on May 30, 2008 By: Dawn Primarolo Source: Reuters

  3. Former Leicester boss Megson said, "We kept going. The attitude and application of the players was exceptional. When you come to a place like this teams can be beaten before they start." "But we began brightly and got that goal from Ricardo,...
    on Nov 9, 2007 By: Gary Megson Source: ic Wales

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