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It was an elegant little creature, with a skin like its mother, only more brilliant--it was full of graceful antics.
It was absolutely a Fête Champêtre, but more brilliant and classic than Watteau ever can have seen.
He pooh-poohed them all, including even the great and more brilliant successes.
JOHN FORSTERPERCY HETHRINGTON FITZGERALD
A more brilliant affair, said he, had not taken place during the late war.
The bright verdant colour seems the more brilliant by contrast with the muddy water and the sombre rocks.
THE RIVER WARWINSTON S. CHURCHILL
Albuquerque's next exploit was yet more brilliant and yet more important.
A BOOK OF DISCOVERYMARGARET BERTHA (M. B.) SYNGE
Anyway, her eyes were brilliant; the more brilliant for that cloudiness beneath which they shone.
THE OTHER GIRLSMRS. A. D. T. WHITNEY
Plants that are kept in well-lighted rooms, have darker and more brilliant colors than those that grow in darkened apartments.
But those fellows did better service to our side than many who scored more and played in more brilliant style.
PARKHURST BOYSTALBOT BAINES REED
No more brilliant affair, everybody declared, had been arranged since Pinewood Hall had become a preparatory school.
A LITTLE MISS NOBODYAMY BELL MARLOWE