brightness

[ brahyt-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF brightness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRIGHTNESS

Do you observe this red glow,—dusky, too, amid all the brightness?

This flash of gold is the only brightness in the place, otherwise dull and monotonous.

It seemed to them as if the brightness of the moon had been increased, and was as resplendent as that of the sun.

But there is a light, above the brightness of the sun, shining round about her.

Somehow the brightness had gone from the day—he knew not why.

The only brightness was that of the red velvet of the benches and the gallery hand-rests.

He can give the effect of light and shade, brightness, foreground and background.

His brightness seemed to her the most pathetic thing about him; it was so sorry.

A dark shadow blotted out the brightness of the Earth-day for him.

The Major's eyes were almost dazzled by the brightness of that pleasant chamber.

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