Thesaurus / brightest


She saw it all from that point of view which takes the glitter off the brightest surface.

Hester, Volume 1 (of 3)Margaret Oliphant

Epaminondas is, perhaps, the brightest name of all antiquity.

He was a jolly soft little brown ball with the brightest eyes.

Chicken Little JaneLily Munsell Ritchie

The sun shining in, made it seem the brightest of the wards.

You know very well you are the brightest, youngest and prettiest girl in Oakdale.

The most puissant pen is powerless, the brightest colour too cold.

The War TrailMayne Reid

We honor them principally on account of the relation they bear to those three brightest stars in the American firmament.

It was, as I might have expected from the name, the brightest and most cheerful spot I had yet found in the whole house.

Lost Man's LaneAnna Katharine Green

Sidney was one of the brightest ornaments of Queen Elizabeth's court.

Genius in Sunshine and ShadowMaturin Murray Ballou

Why, we are the admiration of the civilized world, and present the brightest hopes of mankind.


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