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bright

a thin flat paintbrush with a straight sharp edge used for highlighting in oil painting

Bright

John. 1811--89, British liberal statesman, economist, and advocate of free trade: with Richard Cobden he led the Anti-Corn-Law League (1838--46)

bright

[brīt]
(materials)
Referring to lubricating oils that are clear, or free from moisture.
(optics)
Attribute of an area that appears to emit a large amount of light.

bright

Descriptive of freshly cut lumber or veneer which is not discolored.
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All sounds completely dreadful in a John Brightish sort of way, but I can see David Brents up and down the country rushing to impress MDs and colleagues.
Held up, headway approaching three out, ridden to lead flat, ran on", says the comment, which is a bit like saying "Mona Lisa, painting of woman smirking" or "Newton, brightish student, pretty good at physics", although no-one can blame the race-reader for failing to elaborate, because, really, a whole essay could hardly do justice to what actually happened.
All he could salvage from a depressing massacre was a brightish opening 10 minutes and a brief second-half flurry.