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bright spot

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbright spotbright spotNICEan event or a period of time that is more pleasant when everything else is unpleasant The only bright spot of the weekend was our trip to the theatre. bright
Examples from the Corpus
bright spotYet the South Carolina economy does have bright spots.The show has a few bright spots, but is mainly uninspiring.This and our unbelievable performance against Northtown have been the only bright spots in another nightmare week.But for every bright spot in the region there was a laggard.But now even those bright spots may be fading.I kept on seeing little bright spots, so I kept on turning my legs.The money was the one bright spot the evening had produced so far, the carrot to the threat of the stick.Redland was a bright spot, up 34p at 481p, after figures and the Steetley merger.The only bright spot was the news that Lewis should be fit to bowl in the final Test.
bright spotbright spotHOPEsomething that is good in a bad situation The computer industry is the one bright spot in the economy at the moment. The only bright spot of the evening was when the food arrived. spot
Examples from the Corpus
bright spotRedland was a bright spot, up 34p at 481p, after figures and the Steetley merger.But for every bright spot in the region there was a laggard.Yet the South Carolina economy does have bright spots.I kept on seeing little bright spots, so I kept on turning my legs.The money was the one bright spot the evening had produced so far, the carrot to the threat of the stick.This and our unbelievable performance against Northtown have been the only bright spots in another nightmare week.The only bright spot was the news that Lewis should be fit to bowl in the final Test.But now even those bright spots may be fading.
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