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Definition of brilliant:

  1. Shining; sparkling; splendid.
  2. A diamond of the finest cut, formed into facets, so as to display great brilliancy.

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This graph shows how "brilliant" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for brilliant:

  1. It is a great trionf, brilliant, beautiful, and Nina is proud of her friend. "Prince Fortunatus" , William Black.
  2. Somehow an impression got abroad through these brilliant rooms that Mr. Moore was going to sing; and at length Mrs. Mellord came to the young man and frankly preferred her request. "Prince Fortunatus" , William Black.
  3. What a brilliant career he had! "Garrison's Finish A Romance of the Race-Course" , W. B. M. Ferguson.

Quotes for brilliant:

  1. There were movies that always made me want to be a director. You see brilliant scenes and the way the emotions were handled. I thought, I'd really like to do that. - Bruce Beresford
  2. In every school, more boys wanted to be remembered as a star athlete than as a brilliant student. - James S. Coleman
  3. It still hasn't sunk in that I'm going to be in Coronation Street. Everything about the role is brilliant and I'm working with some great people. - Richard Fleeshman
  4. And also they were absolutely brilliant in one way, you know: they knew how effective is not to punish somebody who is guilty; what Communist Party members could afford to do was mind -boggling: they could do practically anything they wanted- steal, you know, lie, whatever. - Milos Forman
  5. Adam Sandler is truly brilliant. He plays these goofy characters, but he is a brilliant fellow. - Henry Winkler

Rhymes for brilliant:

  1. resilient.
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