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brilliance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrilliancebril‧liance /ˈbrɪljəns/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 INTELLIGENTGOOD ENOUGHa very high level of intelligence or skill 🔊 He is also respected for his brilliance as an artist.2 BRIGHTvery great brightness 🔊 The stars glittered with the brilliance of jewels.
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brillianceThe sky was clear and the sunlight had a brilliance and intensity that made her head reel.His reputation was founded on his organizational abilities and his acknowledged brilliance as a leader of men.Above, the cloud banks had parted: the moon poured down its drenching blue brilliance.Turning a corner by a fountain, I see a rose, illuminated in its brilliance.Examples of brilliance crop up in one in ten autistic children.I can think of kids that are now working on a level of brilliance who fall into that category.But giant tubeworms are 6-foot-long expletives, shouts of brilliance, startling in their vivid simplicity and exposure.We congratulated each other on our brilliance and bravery.Eddie's brilliance brought him top marks on the Harvard entrance exam.Hendrix's brilliance as a rock guitarist has never been matched.
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