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Brightly

Pronunciation of Brightly
/bɹˈa͡ɪtli/, /bɹˈa‍ɪtli/, /b_ɹ_ˈaɪ_t_l_i/

Synonyms for brightly:

Sense 2

vividly.

Other synonyms and related words:

gaily, bravely, jovially, vividly, bright, heartily, colorfully, smilingly.

brightly (adverb)

lucidly, brilliantly, scintillatingly, glowingly, incandescently, shiningly, luminously.

cheerfully (adverb)

congenially, warmly, merrily, happily, lightheartedly, Jollily, joyfully, genially, cheerfully, sunnily, affably, pleasantly, agreeably, cheerily, spiritedly, jauntily, mirthfully, amiably, complaisantly, cordially, optimistically, buoyantly.

pleasurably (adverb)

delightfully, agreeably, cheerfully, pleasingly, finely, enchantingly, sweetly, pleasurably, amusingly, enjoyably, Jollily, favorably, delectably, unobjectionably, joyfully, entertainingly, blissfully, charmingly, Ambrosially, pleasantly, sunnily.

brightly (adverb)

lucidly, brilliantly, scintillatingly, glowingly, incandescently, shiningly, luminously.

cheerfully (adverb)

cheerily, affably, cheerfully, optimistically, jauntily, congenially, sunnily, pleasantly, agreeably, cordially, Jollily, happily, complaisantly, lightheartedly, joyfully, genially, amiably, buoyantly, warmly, merrily, spiritedly.

glitteringly (adverb)

glowingly, luminously, shiningly, brilliantly.

happily (adverb)

joyfully, merrily, colorfully, cheerfully.

pleasurably (adverb)

delightfully, favorably, Ambrosially, charmingly, pleasingly, unobjectionably, pleasurably, blissfully, finely, delectably, amusingly, enjoyably, entertainingly, sweetly, enchantingly.

Sense 1 (noun)

vividly, gaily, colorfully.

brightly (noun)

bright, brilliantly.

Usage examples for brightly:

  • It was a warm, summer night, and the moon was shining brightly. - "The Story of Calico Clown", Laura Lee Hope.
  • With the approach of twilight the torches along Gordon's grade began to glow brightly. - "The Iron Trail", Rex Beach.
  • She bent, hands on her knees, and smiled brightly at Isle. - "Undo-a-Novel-By-Joe-Hutsko", Hutsko, Joe.

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