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Brighter

brʌɪt

Meanings of Brighter:

adjective

Giving out or reflecting much light; shining.

Usage examples:

The sun was dazzlingly bright
adverb

Brightly.

Usage examples:

A full moon shining bright
noun

Bold and vivid colours.

Usage examples:

A choice of colours from pastels through to brights

Brightest

brʌɪt

Meanings of Brightest:

adjective

Giving out or reflecting much light; shining.

Usage examples:

The sun was dazzlingly bright
adverb

Brightly.

Usage examples:

A full moon shining bright
noun

Bold and vivid colours.

Usage examples:

A choice of colours from pastels through to brights

Brightly

ˈbrʌɪtli

Meanings of Brightly:

adverb

In a way that gives out or reflects much light.

Usage examples:

Diamond stud earrings shone brightly in his ears

Brightness

ˈbraɪt.nəs

Meanings of Brightness:

noun

The quality or state of giving out or reflecting light.

Usage examples:

We can change the brightness of the bulb

Meanings of Brights:

noun

Bold and vivid colours.

Usage examples:

A choice of colours from pastels through to brights
adjective

Giving out or reflecting much light; shining.

Usage examples:

The sun was dazzlingly bright
adverb

Brightly.

Usage examples:

A full moon shining bright
plural noun

A car’s headlights (= the powerful lights at the front) when they are on full power

Meanings of Brightsmith:

noun

A smith who makes articles (usually from iron, steel, or tin plate) that have a polished or shiny finished surface.

Meanings of Brightsome:

adjective

Bright-looking; somewhat bright.

Brightwork

ˈbrʌɪtwəːk

Meanings of Brightwork:

noun

Polished metalwork on ships or other vehicles.

Usage examples:

She was all brightwork, and the varnish below decks was his pride and joy.

Meanings of Brigittine:

adjective

Designating a member of a religious order of nuns or monks (now only nuns) founded by st bridget of sweden in the 14th century; of or relating to this order.

noun

A nun or monk (now usually a nun) of the religious order founded by st bridget of sweden in the 14th century.

Brigs

brɪɡ

Meanings of Brigs:

noun

A two-masted square-rigged ship, typically having an additional lower fore-and-aft sail on the gaff and a boom to the mainmast.

Usage examples:

The brig sailed to the coast of norway to avoid capture

Meanings of Brill:

noun

A european flatfish that resembles a turbot.

Usage examples:

The lakes, rivers and bay all combine to provide the choicest seafood - brill, turbot and trout.
adjective

Excellent; marvellous.

Usage examples:

A brill new series

Brilliance

ˈbrɪlj(ə)ns

Meanings of Brilliance:

noun

Intense brightness of light.

Usage examples:

The nights were dark, lit only by the brilliance of aegean stars

Meanings of Brilliancy:

noun

Intense brightness of light.

Usage examples:

The nights were dark, lit only by the brilliance of aegean stars

Brilliant

ˈbrɪl.jənt

Meanings of Brilliant:

adjective

(of light or colour) very bright.

Usage examples:

Brilliant sunshine illuminated the scene
noun

A diamond of brilliant cut.

Usage examples:

An elegant necklace with four rows of brilliants

Brilliantine

ˈbrɪlj(ə)ntiːn

Meanings of Brilliantine:

noun

Scented oil used on men's hair to make it look glossy.

Usage examples:

The firm was known for its cough medicine, but in fact the products included hair cream, brillianti…

Meanings of Brilliantined:

adjective

(of hair) styled with scented oil to look glossy.

Usage examples:

Handsome men with brilliantined hair and sharkskin suits

Brilliantly

ˈbrɪlɪəntli

Meanings of Brilliantly:

adverb

In a very bright or dazzling way.

Usage examples:

The brilliantly hued orchid

Brilliants

ˈbrɪlj(ə)nt

Meanings of Brilliants:

noun

A diamond of brilliant cut.

Usage examples:

An elegant necklace with four rows of brilliants
adjective

(of light or colour) very bright.

Usage examples:

Brilliant sunshine illuminated the scene

Brills

brɪl

Meanings of Brills:

noun

A european flatfish that resembles a turbot.

Usage examples:

The lakes, rivers and bay all combine to provide the choicest seafood - brill, turbot and trout.
adjective

Excellent; marvellous.

Usage examples:

A brill new series

Brim

brɪm

Meanings of Brim:

noun

The projecting edge at the bottom of a hat.

Usage examples:

A soft hat with a turned-up brim
verb

Be full to the point of overflowing.

Usage examples:

My eyes brimmed with tears

Meanings of Brim-over:

phrasal verb

If a liquid or its container brims over, there is so much liquid that it starts to flow over the edge

Usage examples:

She filled the glass until it was brimming over., she could feel tears starting to brim over., his …

Brimful

brɪmˈfʊl

Meanings of Brimful:

adjective

Filled with something to the point of overflowing.

Usage examples:

A jug brimful of custard

Brimful-of

brɪmˈfʊl

Meanings of Brimful-of:

adjective

Full of something good

Usage examples:

Nobody could call this year's cannes film festival brimful of wonderful surprises.

Brimmed

brɪm

Meanings of Brimmed:

verb

Be full to the point of overflowing.

Usage examples:

My eyes brimmed with tears

Meanings of Brimming:

verb

Be full to the point of overflowing.

Usage examples:

My eyes brimmed with tears
noun

The projecting edge at the bottom of a hat.

Usage examples:

A soft hat with a turned-up brim

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