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brio

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbriobri‧o /ˈbriəəʊ $ -oʊ/ noun [uncountable] literary 🔊 🔊 energy and confidence
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brioAnd they must be conducted with confidence and brio.If we'd needed the final touch of homicidal brio, this would have had to be it.At her wedding Phil took spectacularly to the bottle and put the boot in with some brio.Nevertheless, Britain's early filmmakers set about the business of film production with some brio and not a little flair.Having told her story with some brio, Miss Breeze burst into tears and was comforted by the motherly Miss Maitland.But on the whole he carries it off with brio and sensitivity.Great Groups almost always have this quality of youthful brio.
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