a town in N England, in Calderdale unitary authority, West Yorkshire: machine tools, textiles, engineering. Pop: 32 360 (2001)
Harold. 1882–1958, British novelist and dramatist, best known for his play Hobson’s Choice (1915)
King Robert the Bruce A. F. Murison
Adventures and Recollections Bill o’th’ Hoylus End
radiating or reflecting light; luminous; shining: The bright coins shone in the gloom. filled with light: The room was bright with sunshine. vivid or brilliant: a bright red dress; bright passages of prose. quick-witted or intelligent: They gave promotions to bright employees. clever or witty, as a remark: Bright comments enlivened the conversation. animated; lively; […]
Early in the morning, at dawn, as in It’s a long trip, so we’ll have to start out bright and early. The bright here presumably alludes to the brilliance of the dawning sun, which has long been noted by poets. [ Early 1800s ]
coal consisting of alternating layers of clarain and vitrain.
a disease characterized by albuminuria and heightened blood pressure. noun chronic inflammation of the kidneys; chronic nephritis