Brightpatternedshirts, worn untucked, slip-on loafers in sherbety colors.
Look on the brightside.
Just beforeboarding the vessel that he was attacking, Blackbeard would takeslow-burningfusematches and, with brightred ribbon, tie them in his hair and beard. When lit, these smokingmatchesgave him the appearance of the Devil.
“DWTS” is manythings: bright, in-your-face, spangly.
--And lo! toward me, next, Another of those splendentforms approach'd, That, by its outward bright'ning, testified The will it had topleasure me.
The star-studdedskyat thatlatitude was breathtakinglyclear and bright.
We were warmed by the brightsunshine.
True, “Counterswarm,” to Ligeti, is a clever but unabsorbing conception of humansviewed as insects, and the realcharm of “Aureole,” to Handel, is reduced by the women’s autopilotbrightsmiles (also by Mr. See’s exaggerated facial reactions).
Brightsconstitute 60% of Americanscientists, and a stunning 93% of those scientistsgoodenough to be elected to the eliteNational Academy of Sciences (equivalent to Fellows of the Royal Society) are brights.