1 One window, looking east, brilliantly illuminated to symbolize--she could work that out when the time came.
2 I thought it brilliantly clever.
3 Although a fog rolled over the city in the small hours, the early part of the night was cloudless, and the lane, which the maid's window overlooked, was brilliantly lit by the full moon.
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4 When Clifford was roused, he could still talk brilliantly and, as it were, command the future: as when, in the wood, he talked about her having a child, and giving an heir to Wragby.
5 His rooms were brilliantly lit, and, even as I looked up, I saw his tall, spare figure pass twice in a dark silhouette against the blind.
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6 We had only been a few hours in Devonshire, and that he should give up an investigation which he had begun so brilliantly was quite incomprehensible to me.
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7 There were also perhaps a dozen candles about, two in brass candlesticks upon the mantel and several in sconces, so that the room was brilliantly illuminated.
8 At one time it had for a little while glowed more brilliantly again, but it speedily reverted to its sullen red heat.
9 The day was warm for April and the golden sunlight streamed brilliantly into Scarlett's room through the blue curtains of the wide windows.
10 It was as brilliantly polished as the one below, but here at least she could burn a few papers with less risk of incurring her aunt's disapproval.
11 The sky was brilliantly blue, and the sunlight on the glittering white stretches of prairie was almost blinding.
12 From under the lining he now produced a collection of brilliantly coloured paper figures, several inches high and stiff enough to stand alone.
13 The center of the placard was occupied by a house, brilliantly painted, new, and dazzling.
14 Tom's cabin was shut up for the present; but George expatiated brilliantly on ornaments and additions to be made to it when Tom came back.
15 The room was a pleasant one, at the top of the house, overlooking the sea, on which the moon was shining brilliantly.
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