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  • This company used gas produced by a new process, giving the light more brilliance.
  • But in recent years its brilliance has been accepted by many critics.
  • Often it was his individual brilliance that made the difference between a win and a loss.
  • Personal Brilliance is about bringing your best self to work every day.
  • They soon fear they will be lost, until they spy a great red brilliance.
  • Leadership Brilliance is about finding ways to bring out the best in people.
  • The latter have never been painted over and so retain much of their original brilliance.
  • I did a lot on brilliance rather than hard work.
  • Until then, he had been highly regarded but capable of only occasional brilliance.
  • Shortly after this, was the release of her first full album, Brilliance.
  • She manages to get by at school without too much difficulty, but without any brilliance either.
  • It was noted that the object was of such brilliance that it could be seen from away.
  • Instead, he made it to the football squad where his brilliance in the field became much apparent.
  • God gave theme brilliance and beauty; he made them columns of the world.
  • Remember, our own sun is well above average in brilliance and heat radiation. Cited from The Black Star Passes, by John W Campbell
  • His education was not very orthodox, although it showed brilliance in performance.
  • As the match begins, time and time again, his fish like brilliance keeps his side in the game.
  • The size of the object was difficult to determine due to its intense brilliance.
  • In the light and colour and brilliance of an English summer we sometimes seem very near those tropical lands. Cited from Round About a Great Estate, by Richard Jefferies
  • Although he did not receive any formal musical training, his compositions exhibit deep technical brilliance.
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Words starting with brilliance

Meaning of brilliance

  • noun Unusual mental ability