brighten[ brahyt-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF brighten
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRIGHTEN
"Brighten your lovely features with a smile, Katherine me dear," she said gaily.
Why should they brighten their tomahawks and sharpen their knives against each other?
It looked grave and bare, with not even a flower in a vase to brighten it.
The face over which my lover bent did not brighten; nor the eyes recognize him.
Wash the dripping-pan in hot water with soda in it, and rub it with sand to brighten it.
His was a grey life, and to brighten it he had ruled off few corners for romance.
But remembering what Garnache had said, he was quick to brighten again.
Schaughtowl, as Curtis addressed it, seemed to brighten in the darkened room.
Brush the sides and end with a wire brush; also brighten the name plate.
A blessing for him that this was so, for he had little else to brighten his days.
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