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having or showing intelligence, often of a high order

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having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence

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Debbie is not sure whether running while pregnant creates brainier kids, adding: "Doesn't every mum think they have a child genius?
A GROUP of nutters is going around Idaho promoting its belief that people with Type O negative blood are brainier and fitter than less worthy blood types.
Russell has a reputation for being one of the brainier members of Alex Salmond's Cabinet.
The headsets could also be used to make healthy people brainier or produce better sportsmen, the report said.
One thing I would put money on, if I were a betting man (which I am not), is that not all students are just getting brainier as you suggest in your post.
Some of the brainier operatives attend courses in computer technology, video production and even English.
New research shows that the bigger the baby is when it's born, the brainier it is likely to be.
It might not be rocket science, but according to a new television programme, brushing your teeth with the wrong hand can make you brainier.
In this series, the kids get more of a show, kicking off with Bart of Darkness, a parody of Rear Window and various other movies, in which Bart accuses Ned Flanders of murder, and Lisa's Rival in which the brainy one of the family finds herself overshadowed by a girl even brainier than she is.
In the 2002 test, smokers were declared brainier than non-smokers while West Bromwich Albion were revealed to have the cleverest fans.
At least one study has suggested that the longer a baby is breast-fed the brainier it is likely to be, but the effects are very small and you shouldn't be overly worried if you are not able to breast-feed - there are plenty of brainy people out there who were bottle-fed
Among the brainier ones, the motif holds ideological as well as formal value.
The brainier chimps would then flatten the tips of their sticks to help them collect greater numbers of the succulent insects.