1. adjective /bɹaɪt/

Could you please dim the light? Its way too bright.

b) Intelligent, brilliant.

Hes very bright. He was able to solve the problem without my help.

2. noun /bɹaɪt/
a) An artists brush used in oil and acrylic painting with a long ferrule and a flat, somewhat tapering bristle head.

Definition A person whose world view is free of supernatural and mystical elements. The ethics and actions of a bright are based on a naturalistic world view. (2003, Paul Geisert and Mynga Futrell)

b) A neologism intended as a positive-sounding umbrella term to describe various kinds of non-religious and non-superstitious people. (.)

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