Quasars are brilliantly shining heavenly bodies that are extremely far away.
The young woman played the piano brilliantly during her first performance with the symphony.
The young piano player performed brilliantly during his first appearance with the city orchestra.
The average meteor, though brilliantly visible in the night-time sky, is no larger than a grain of sand.
The average meteor, though brilliantly visible in the night-time sky, is actually no larger than a grain of sand.
Charles Swindoll once remarked that we are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.
A witness to the sinking of the Titanic remarked that “brilliantly lit from stem to stern, the Titanic looked like a sagging birthday cake.
Cynthia Heimel once said that when in doubt, make a fool of yourself.
There is a microscopically thin line between being brilliantly creative, and acting like the most gigantic idiot on Earth.
428928 I’ve enjoyed reading his brilliantly written articles for years.
“This is a very linear, straightforward, brilliantly simplistic screenplay.
You are a bundle of work and life that is brilliantly time-spliced together.
683759 The attentive orchestra played brilliantly for him, with several distinguished woodwind solos.
They looked enormous and magnetic and were brilliantly adorned .
He was surprised to find that while all lit brilliantly, the afterglow was brief and feeble.