- n a quality that outshines the usual
- Immediately after sundown any clear night there apppears in the southwestern sky near the horizon a star of the first magnitude and of the brilliancy of Aldebaran.
- Always there was the immediacy of things happening this very minute, but the real brilliancy of Wide World may lie in its avoidance of the TV interview.
- To prepare and send such cards to 10,000 was a deed of advertising brilliancy, one of professional finesse.
- Murray Walker in Bangkok Post
A famous commentator [Murray Walker] described him in the following way: "His talents result in the perfect combination of excellent driving skills, tactical brilliancy and the ability to lead the team."
- Henry David Thoreau in Times Online
Thoreau, in a rare stab at understatement, began his essay Autumnal Tints: "Europeans coming to America are surprised by the brilliancy of our autumnal foliage."