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Correct spelling for BRIGHTNING
We think the word brightning is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for brightning
- Brightness(Definition of brightness)
- Braining(Definition of Braining)
- Brighten(Definition of brighten)
- Browning(Definition of browning)
- Broadening(Definition of broadening)
She had no one but him to bring a little brightness and interest into her life.
A glass or two will brighten you, and put you in good key for conversation with the ladies."
Another was found at brighton, and occasionally one appears in the london salerooms, as we have shown.
Once, when i was browning-mad, i began an epic.
You were bringing them in.
He had set his heart on winning the neckerchief for adela; but, with the eyes of the spectators upon him, he was conscious of being in an absurd position, and his greatest difficulty seemed to be to suppress a smile that was broadening on his lips.
Very few people realized this at the time, but samuel adams now made up his mind that the only way in which the american colonies could preserve their liberties was to unite in some sort of federation and declare themselves independent of great britain.
"don't jest," muttered fonsegue, who for his part wished to amuse himself by frightening the young deputy.