Overbright



[brahyt] /braɪt/

adjective, brighter, brightest.
1.
radiating or reflecting light; luminous; shining:
The bright coins shone in the gloom.
2.
filled with light:
The room was bright with sunshine.
3.
vivid or brilliant:
a bright red dress; bright passages of prose.
4.
quick-witted or intelligent:
They gave promotions to bright employees.
5.
clever or witty, as a remark:
Bright comments enlivened the conversation.
6.
animated; lively; cheerful:
a bright and happy child; a bird’s bright song.
7.
characterized by happiness or gladness:
All the world seems bright and gay.
8.
favorable or auspicious:
bright prospects for the future.
9.
radiant or splendid:
the bright pageantry of court.
10.
illustrious or glorious, as an era:
the bright days of the Renaissance.
11.
clear or translucent, as liquid:
The bright water trickled through his fingers.
12.
having a glossy, glazed, or polished finish.
13.
intensely clear and vibrant in tone or quality; clear and sharp in sound:
a bright singing voice.
noun
14.
brights.

15.
flue-cured, light-hued tobacco.
16.
an artist’s paintbrush having short, square-edged bristles.
17.
Archaic. brightness; splendor.
adverb, brighter, brightest.
18.
in a bright manner; brightly.
/braɪt/
adjective
1.
emitting or reflecting much light; shining
2.
(of colours) intense or vivid
3.
full of promise: a bright future
4.
full of animation; cheerful: a bright face
5.
(informal) quick witted or clever: a bright child
6.
magnificent; glorious: a bright victory
7.
polished; glistening: a bright finish
8.
(of the voice) distinct and clear
9.
(of a liquid) translucent and clear: a circle of bright water
10.
bright and early, very early in the morning
noun
11.
a thin flat paintbrush with a straight sharp edge used for highlighting in oil painting
12.
(poetic) brightness or splendour: the bright of his armour
adverb
13.
brightly: the fire was burning bright
/braɪt/
noun
1.
John. 1811–89, British liberal statesman, economist, and advocate of free trade: with Richard Cobden he led the Anti-Corn-Law League (1838–46)
adj.

Old English bryht, by metathesis from beorht “bright; splendid; clear-sounding; beautiful; divine,” from Proto-Germanic *berhta- “bright” (cf. Old Saxon berht, Old Norse bjartr, Old High German beraht, Gothic bairhts “bright”), from PIE root *bhereg- “to gleam, white” (cf. Sanskrit bhrajate “shines, glitters,” Lithuanian breksta “to dawn,” Welsh berth “bright, beautiful”). Meaning “quick-witted” is from 1741.

noun

Day; the daytime (1930s+ Black)

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