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  • a  emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts
    the sun was bright and hot
    a bright sunlit room
  • s  having striking color
    bright dress
  • s  characterized by quickness and ease in learning
    some children are brighter in one subject than another
  • s  having lots of light either natural or artificial
    the room was bright and airy
    a stage bright with spotlights
  • s  made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow
    bright silver candlesticks
  • s  splendid
    the bright stars of stage and screen
    a bright moment in history
    the bright pageantry of court
  • a  not made dim or less bright
  • s  clear and sharp and ringing
    the bright sound of the trumpet section
  • s  characterized by happiness or gladness
    bright faces
    all the world seems bright and gay
  • s  full or promise
    had a bright future in publishing
  • r  with brightness
    the windows glowed jewel bright

  • ON A BUS NEAR NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO--There is a theory of political consulting that puts great value in bright shiny objects, those sparkly ideas, issues or tactics that can .
  • A new study shows that patients in nursing homes with brighter lights do better than those in dimly lit facilities.
  • He's wearing a blue pinstripe suit, and his shoes are shined bright enough to shave in.
News & Articles

  • Bright Star Spiritual Group in Redlands continues its Rainbow Series
    Bright Star Spiritual Group in Redlands continues its Rainbow Series at 11 a.m. Sunday.
    June 27, 2013 - Redlands Daily Facts
  • Bright Future for Natural Gas
    Natural gas has a bright future on a global level. The United States looks to be a big player with a first-mover shale gas advantage.        
    June 27, 2013 - The Motley Fool
  • Six Bright Raven gymnasts win Upstate championships
    Bright Raven’s Level 4 Gymnastics team traveled to Syracuse on June 8 to compete in the USA Gymnastics Upstate New York Championships where six members of the team were named champions by taking first place in either all-around or individual events in their respective age divisions.
    June 26, 2013 - Greece Post

  • Joe Biden in The Guardian
    At the start of the primary campaign Biden called him the "first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean".
  • Gordon Brown in Washington Post
    She was a courageous woman, both in life and death, and the whole country has admired her determination to provide a bright future for her children,Brown said. "She will be remembered fondly by all who knew her, and her family can be...
  • Dave Freudenthal in
    I admit we're not as bright as those boys on the Potomac,Freudenthal said. "But it's not our first county fair."

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