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Synonyms for brilliantly

with brightness

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But a short distance from the circular chamber we came suddenly into a brilliantly lighted labyrinth of crystal glass partitioned passages.
The room was brilliantly lighted, and in another moment we perceived a sort of platform at one end, on which were the bodies of the prince and a lady, both half-burned, as if they had been dragged out of a fire before it had quite consumed them.
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.
At one time it had for a little while glowed more brilliantly again, but it speedily reverted to its sullen red heat.
The door was ajar, and the light from within showed brilliantly through the opening.
During balls given at the house Pierre, who did not know how to dance, had liked sitting in this room to watch the ladies who, as they passed through in their ball dresses with diamonds and pearls on their bare shoulders, looked at themselves in the brilliantly lighted mirrors which repeated their reflections several times.
Beneath the odorous shade of these magnificent trees fluttered and warbled a little world of brilliantly plumaged birds.
Solway Stars Skaters Eve Leonard, Hannah Hall, Lauren Robison, Kennedy Kirk performed brilliantly, achieving a personal best score for the team and a silver medal against rivals Icicles from Nottingham.
They occasionally launched counter attacks but retreated brilliantly into defence.
Fahad Usman batted brilliantly and emerged as top scorer with 90 runs while Abdullah slammed 80 runs and Azeem 40.
He tired at the end, but I thought he did brilliantly.
Feisty Karen's an EastEnders gem The actress Lorraine Stanley, who plays newcomer Karen Taylor in EastEnders, is playing the part brilliantly.
In this musical version - delivered by the team behind Matilda - the obnoxious Phil Connors, sent to report on a weatherpredicting rodent, is played quite brilliantly by Andy Karl.
After the first couple of Tests of the summer he did get some criticism but I thought he did brilliantly.
I think we should applaud the producers and the broadcasters for a show that is brilliantly filmed with some terrific acting and now commissioned for a second series.