39 collocations for bright

Less bright the Moon, But opposite in level'd West was set, His Mirror, with full face borrowing her Light From him, for other Lights she needed none In that aspect, and still that distance keeps Till Night; then in the East her turn she shines, Revolv'd on Heavns great Axle, and her Reign With thousand lesser Lights dividual holds, With thousand thousand Stars!

Every movable was packed off, as if it were dismissed from public life forevermore; the floor was swept and watered, the lamps were trimmed, fuel was heaped upon the fire; and the warehouse was as snug and warm and dry and bright a ball-room as you would desire to see upon a winter's night.

Norma Millay Ellis (NK); 22Nov67; R422652. Make bright the arrows.

The Cohort bright Of watchful Cherubims, four Faces each Had like a double Janus, all their Shape Spangled with Eyes The Assembling of all the Angels of Heaven to hear the solemn Decree passed upon Man, is represented in very lively Ideas.

"Long did the silken lashes lie Upon a dark and brilliant eye; Bright the wild rose's finest hue O'er a pure cheek of ivory flew.

She looked very pretty in her neat dark-blue merino dress and plain linen collar, when she came tripping downstairs at last, flushed with the hurry of her toilet, and altogether so bright a creature that it seemed a hard thing she should not be setting out upon some real pleasure trip, instead of that most obnoxious festival to which she was summoned.

True heiress of the Finch and Hatton line, Formed by your matchless parents equal care (The greatest statesman he, yet best divine, She bright example of all goodness here).

Although Dorothea could assume on occasions so bright an exterior as I have in a previous chapter endeavoured to describe, her normal state was undoubtedly that which is best conveyed by the epithet "grimy.

Yes, dear ones that we loved and lost are there; Bright in that fair clime beam those sweet eyes now; Fanned by its soft breeze floats the shining hair, Hair we have smoothed back from the gentlest brow; Softest white hands we kissed and clasped in ours Slipped from our grasp, lured by its glowing flowers.

Ah! bright the fame the father left, for it shall never die The glory of his greater son shall keep its memory.

Flutter their vestures bright O'er field and grove!

They were men tired out, but as yet unaware of their exhaustion, so bright a flame burnt within each one of them.

It was a lovely, starry night, And softly in the silver light, Did flickering shadows fall; And bright the flowers that blossomed there; But the incense of that maiden's prayer, Was purer, far, than all.

When sun's a-shinin' an' th' sky Is washed out bright an' gay, It ain't no job to

No more to chiefs and ladies bright The harp of Tara swells;

My views of the contest being as they have always been, I have consequently brighter hopes for England than her situation some time since seemed to justify.

She looked at him with eyes that seemed to grow more contemptuously bright every instant.

We there first saw Mr. Justin McCarthyhe has since become a true friend, and his companionship and conversation are always delightful; as with so warm a heart and so bright an intellect they could not fail to be.

Sweet was the greenwood as he walked along its paths, and bright the green and rustling leaves, amid which the little birds sang with might and main: and blithely Robin whistled as he trudged along, thinking of Maid Marian and her bright eyes, for at such times a youth's thoughts are wont to turn pleasantly upon the lass that he loves the best.

When early in my chamber Shone bright the rising morn, I sat there on my pallet,

Nor is it strange; for one of freshest and firmest spirit would falter, approaching near to so bright an object: but I am one whom a cruel habit of calamity has prepared to receive strong impressions.

IN THE ALBUM OF CATHERINE ORKNEY Canadia! boast no more the toils Of hunters for the furry spoils; Your whitest ermines are but foils To brighter Catherine Orkney.

it was with his parting breath, for gently, as an infant falls asleep on the bosom of its nurse, did my revered parent fall asleep in the arms of that Saviour who had been his guide and comforter through life, and who accompanied him through the dark valley, and by his presence made bright the narrow path which leads to the abode of the redeemed.

Ah! to think of it, so bright a promise of radiant life, followed by such destiny, such death!

And so she passed away, and left to her earthly friends but the frail casket, while the priceless jewel had soared to brighter regions, to glitter in a Saviour's crown.

39 collocations for  bright