Bright

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Definition

(a) bright (future): (a) promising, successful (future)
adjective

bright: intelligent, smart, clever; shining, luminous; strong in color; promising
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: Your son is very bright: a boy like him has a very bright future!
US: The sun is the brightest thing in the sky.
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Examples

  • "I'll be wearing a long fur coat, very high heels and bright red lipstick."
  • "I want to wear something bright today, something loud… Something that says “I'm in charge of my longtime boss who I'm also in love with”."
  • "Bravo, Mr. Delavigne, you have a bright future ahead of you, my boy."
  • "We have a new sales staff made up of bright young executives, and it takes time to train them, it's as simple as that."
  • "Brian : Icarus, you're bright red!"
  • "What I can say for certain, however, is that the future doesn't look bright for the Delavigne Corporation - at least as long as Bruno remains behind the steering wheel."
  • "Philip : Bells on bobtail ring, singing spirits bright, oh what fun it is to laugh and sing, a sleighing song tonight!"
  • "The future's bright."
  • "It's so bright!"
  • "I truly feel that this company has unlimited potential for growth, and our future is so bright!"

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