bright definition

  • adjective:
    • Emitting or reflecting light readily or in huge amounts; shining.
    • relatively at the top of the scale of brightness.
    • Full of light or lighting: a bright bright day; a stage bright with spotlights.
    • Characterizing a dyestuff that creates a highly concentrated color; brilliant.
    • Glorious; splendid: one of many brilliant performers of stage and display; a bright minute ever sold.
    • Full of promise and hope; auspicious: had a bright future in posting.
    • Happy; cheerful: brilliant faces.
    • Animatedly smart; smart.
    • High and clear: the bright sound of this trumpet area.
    • Visually dazzling; luminous, lucent, obvious, radiant; not dark.
    • Intelligent, brilliant.
    • Vivid, colourful, brilliant.
    • Successful.
    • Emitting or showing light easily or perhaps in huge amounts; shining.
    • Comparatively high on the scale of brightness.
    • Radiating or showing light; shedding or having much light; shining; luminous; perhaps not dark.
    • high in light or illumination: a bright bright day; a stage bright with spotlights.
    • Transmitting light; clear; transparent.
    • Characterizing a dyestuff that creates a highly concentrated color; brilliant.
    • Having qualities that render conspicuous or appealing, or that affect the head as light does the attention; resplendent with charms.
    • marvelous; splendid: one of the brilliant stars of phase and display screen; a bright minute of all time.
    • Having a definite, fast intellect; intelligent.
    • packed with guarantee and hope; auspicious: had a bright future in publishing.
    • Sparkling with wit; lively; vivacious; getting rid of cheerfulness and happiness around; cheerful; cheery.
    • Happy; cheerful: bright faces.
    • Illustrious; glorious.
    • Animatedly clever; smart.
    • Manifest to the head, as light is the eyes; clear; obvious; plain.
    • High and clear: the bright sound of this trumpet part.
    • Of brilliant color; of vibrant hue or look.
    • Visually dazzling; luminous, lucent, clear, radiant; not dark.
    • smart, brilliant.
    • Vivid, colourful, brilliant.
    • Happy.
    • Radiating or showing light; dropping or having much light; shining; luminous; perhaps not dark.
    • Transmitting light; obvious; transparent.
    • Having attributes that render conspicuous or appealing, or that impact the mind as light does the eye; resplendent with charms.
    • Having a definite, fast intellect; intelligent.
    • Sparkling with wit; vibrant; vivacious; losing cheerfulness and happiness around; cheerful; cheery.
    • Illustrious; glorious.
    • Manifest to your head, as light would be to the eyes; obvious; obvious; ordinary.
    • Of brilliant shade; of vibrant hue or appearance.
    • splendid
    • emitting or showing light readily or in considerable amounts
    • characterized by quickness and simplicity in learning
    • having many light either natural or synthetic
    • having hitting shade
    • complete or promise
    • perhaps not made dim or less brilliant
    • clear and razor-sharp and ringing
    • made smooth and bright by or as though by rubbing; showing a sheen or radiance
    • described as delight or gladness
    • splendid
    • emitting or showing light readily or in huge amounts
    • described as quickness and simplicity in mastering
    • having many light either normal or synthetic
    • having hitting shade
    • full or promise
    • not made dim or less bright
    • clear and razor-sharp and ringing
    • made smooth and brilliant by or as if by rubbing; showing a sheen or shine
    • characterized by joy or gladness
  • noun:
    • An artists brush found in oil and acrylic painting with a lengthy ferrule and a set, somewhat tapering bristle mind.
    • people with a naturalistic worldview without supernatural or mystical elements.
    • Splendor; brightness.
    • An artists brush utilized in oil and acrylic painting with a lengthy ferrule and an appartment, somewhat tapering bristle head.
    • an individual with a naturalistic worldview without supernatural or mystical elements.
    • Splendor; brightness.
    • Brightness.
    • Brightness.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • See brite, v. i.
    • See brite, v. i.
  • adverb:
    • Brightly.
    • Brightly.
    • with brightness
    • with brightness
  • others:
    • Radiating or reflecting light; full of light; brilliant; shining; luminous; sparkling: since, a bright sunlight.
    • Transmitting light; clear; clear, as liquors.
    • Manifest towards head, as light would be to the attention; obvious; obvious.
    • Resplendent, as with beauty; splendid.
    • Illustrious; glorious: as, the brightest period of a kingdom.
    • Having or marked by brilliant psychological qualities; fast in wit; witty; clever; not dull: because, he's by no means brilliant; a bright remark; a bright guide.
    • Sparkling in action or fashion; animated or animating; vivacious; lively; cheerful.
    • positive; pleasing; auspicious: since, a bright possibility.
    • In painting, luminous; glittering; full of light.
    • Nautical, aware; vigilant.
    • Synonyms Glowing, lustrous, gleaming, radiant, effulgent.
    • Acute, intelligent, discriminating.
    • Promising, motivating.
    • Brightly.
    • Radiating or showing light; full of light; brilliant; shining; luminous; sparkling: as, a bright sunshine.
    • To make bright; brighten.
    • transferring light; obvious; clear, as liquors.
    • See brite.
    • Manifest towards mind, as light is to the attention; obvious; obvious.
    • Resplendent, much like beauty; splendid.
    • Illustrious; marvelous: since, the brightest amount of a kingdom.
    • Having or marked by brilliant mental characteristics; quick in wit; amusing; smart; maybe not dull: as, he's in no way brilliant; a bright remark; a bright book.
    • Sparkling for action or fashion; animated or animating; vivacious; lively; cheerful.
    • positive; pleasing; auspicious: as, a bright prospect.
    • In painting, luminous; glittering; full of light.
    • Nautical, alert; aware.
    • Synonyms Glowing, lustrous, gleaming, radiant, effulgent.
    • Acute, smart, discerning.
    • Promising, motivating.
    • Brightly.
    • to help make bright; brighten.
    • See brite.

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