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Synonyms for brighten

cheer up

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enliven

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improve

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become brighter

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Synonyms for brighten

to become brighter or fairer

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to make lively or animated

Synonyms for brighten

make lighter or brighter

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become clear

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"It 's dreadful long," began Tom; but his face brightened, for Polly's interest soothed his injured feelings, and he was glad to prove his elocutionary powers.
Al-Mubarakiya market brightens for Kuwait's nat'l day
In 1964 astronomers Alan Binder and Dale Cruikshank reported that observations of Io with a photoelectric photometer revealed that the satellite brightens temporarily when it emerges from Jupiter's shadow following eclipses.
Morning Energy Face Wash Brightening Berry - brightens dull skin
It brightens your complexion but has no irritating perfumes or colour.
According to the company, Citrolumine 8 is a safe, plant-derived cosmetic active which brightens skin lone, fades age spots and increases overall skin luminosity.
I've found the perfect primer that brightens and perfects lids - The Hylaronic Eye Primer By Terry, pounds 30 from Space nk Stores or www.spacenk.co.uk.
This advanced eye cream brightens as it moisturizes, leaving skin looking more even and less dull.
DELIVERY Driver Linda Horan, 27, brightens up her outfit with fuzzy purple gloves.
The brightening concentrated essence with 80.6 per cent natural ingredients reduces the appearance of dark spots, brightens the complexion and invigorates the skin, protecting it against free radicals.
Summary: Solar energy brightens up the lives of the villagers in a nondescript village in Uttar Pradesh state.
"I walk just by one in the mornings, so it actually brightens up my day.
Sort it: White eye pencil along the inner rim instantly brightens eyes.
BLOOMING LOVELY: Liz Maxsted brightens up her home with a little help from son Charlie (above) while Alex Kelly (left) enjoyed making up his basket
PRESENTS FOR PATIENTS brightens the holidays for men and women who once entertained, caroled and baked Christmas cookies for their families.