Adjective Definition

bright

1.Definition: characterized by happiness or gladness

"Bright faces", "All the world seems bright and gay"


2.Definition: characterized by quickness and ease in learning

"Some children are brighter in one subject than another"

Related Adjective(s):smart


3.Definition: clear and sharp and ringing

"The bright sound of the trumpet section"

Related Adjective(s):brilliant


4.Definition: emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts

"The sun was bright and hot", "A bright sunlit room"


5.Definition: having lots of light either natural or artificial

"The room was bright and airy", "A stage bright with spotlights"


6.Definition: having strong or striking color

"Bright dress"

Related Adjective(s):brilliant, vivid


7.Definition: likely to turn out well in the future

"Had a bright future in publishing"

Related Adjective(s):hopeful, promising


8.Definition: made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow

"Bright silver candlesticks"

Related Adjective(s):burnished, lustrous, shining, shiny


9.Definition: not made dim or less bright

Related Adjective(s):undimmed


10.Definition: splendid

"The bright stars of stage and screen", "A bright moment in history", "The bright pageantry of court"




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