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- adv. in a brilliant manner; done with brilliance
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a brilliant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a brilliant manner; splendidly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an extremely intelligent way
- adv. with brightness
Leaders Without a Title brilliantly balance being compassionate with being courageous.
As he finished the letter, an image of her face in all its complex life, her eyes shining, her expression brilliantly intelligent and receptive, came to him.
If they collaborate, Bachelet will close her term brilliantly and Piñera will begin his with the right foot forward.
As the title brilliantly puts it, there have been developments in the area of protecting astronauts from deadly solar radiation.
The gun is so light, small, thin, and just plain brilliantly designed; these little guns warrant the effort to make them reliable.
What Jackson does so brilliantly is to capture the surrealism of family life with its impossible combination of adults forced to explain and impose standards of behaviour that collapse into ludicrousness under the stern eye and wild logic of your average four-year-old.
Adam Haslett's page-turner of a debut novel ranges brilliantly from the Strait of Hormuz to the outskirts of Boston to the belly of the financial beast — New York's Federal Reserve.
Then Bale crosses brilliantly from the left to Crouch at the far post; Lord alone knows how the big man missed it.
It has bounced back brilliantly from the global recession but must be careful to avoid being sucked into the engines of an expanding China.
It works brilliantly, is super fast and can be set to use the GTK+ theme, or the standard Chrome theme.