Bright in a sentence

Definition of Bright

Visually dazzling; luminous, lucent, clear, radiant; not dark. | Having a clear, quick intellect; intelligent. | Vivid, colourful, brilliant.

How to use Bright in a Sentence?

  • The flare from the fire and the bright moonlight illumined the room as clearly as day.
  • Besides, she has a very bright soul, and she was pleased with the sparkling scenery.
  • Surely these are the dark dreams of men, not the bright and shining lights of eternal truth.
  • It says, "Welcome," in bright letters at night and in pretty letters in the day.
  • It was then that he had the bright idea to invite you to fill the place, from a muddled notion that you could be of use.
  • It was rather as if the bright wit pervaded the bilious temperament, almost misleading the physiologist to name it nervous.
  • All along the beach the electric lights were out, but the incessant flashes of lightning lit the scene bright as day.
  • Even to the maintenance of his law, that bright transcript of his eternal justice, his mercy is inviolably pledged.
  • The odalisk appears like a rosy water-nymph swinging on a bright lotus-leaf over a fountain of liquid rubies.
  • It was deliciously cool down underneath the shadow of the cliff, on the banks of the shallow, bright river.
  • I was half asleep again when a curious sensation, as of a bright light playing over my closed eyelids caused me to open them suddenly.
  • He was a fine fellow, with bright eyes and dark curly plumage, and would have been a handsome creature if he had had wings.
  • Guard hung his head dejectedly, his bright eyes seeming to say that he understood, and would profit by the lesson.
  • She did not reply at first; but when I looked up, it was as though she had not wept, so bright she beamed.
  • Coming back quickly, he placed a little spirit-lamp upon the table, and a little bright kettle over it; it boiled very soon.
  • He now wore a brand new glossy silk tile, lemon colored gloves, was cleanly shaven and exploited an irreproachable collar and bright red necktie.
  • The bungalow came into view, bright and pretty, and all about everything was peace, stillness, sunshine. . . .
  • He was a bright creature of the name of Fector, a spare, short, jumpy fellow with a red face and muddy eyes.
  • At first we three apprentices had to feed in the kitchen with the old slave cook and her very handsome and bright and well-behaved young mulatto daughter.
  • Interwoven with the more solid fabric are gleaming threads of romance; and bright bits of description and glows of sentiment relieve the more sombre coloring.
  • Such is the destiny of man; and upon himself, under God, it depends whether this high destiny be fulfilled, or his bright hopes blasted.
  • God intended, as we are told, to prove the faith of Abraham, in order that it might shine forth and become a bright example to all succeeding ages.
  • Perhaps nothing; the triumph so short but bright had no doubt become such phantasm as an unnoticeable yesterday to one whose future is fraught with expectation.

Short Example Sentence for Bright

  • Never too bright and hopeful.
  • You have a bright fancy.
  • I was not bright enough to catch it.
  • It was a bright and jolly company.
  • Next morning when he got up his head was a bright green!
  • All were up bright and early Monday morning.
  • She turned to our bright Fate and spoke.
  • Good-looking, straight nose, eyes bright and intelligent.
  • Verily," said he, "thou art indeed a bright youth.
  • He stared at the bright flame of the lamp, he listened to the silence.
  • Dandy looked out of his rug; she caught sight of his bright eyes.
  • A glance round the room showed many bright colours and striking contrasts.
  • It was still bright moonlight when he awoke; the east showed no sign of dawn.
  • They were black, and were lined with very bright and showy Scotch plaids.
  • The sufferings of Christ a bright manifestation of the goodness of God.
  • The sufferings of Christ a bright manifestation of the goodness of God.
  • The C.'s were very bright people and in every way charming and companionable.

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