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Atheist vs. Bright

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Atheistnoun

A person who does not believe in deities.

Brightadjective

Visually dazzling; luminous, lucent, clear, radiant; not dark.

‘Could you please dim the light? It's far too bright.’;

Atheistnoun

(narrowly) A person who believes that no deities exist one who has no other religious belief.

Brightadjective

Having a clear, quick intellect; intelligent.

‘He's very bright. He was able to solve the problem without my help.’;

Atheistnoun

(broadly) A person who rejects belief that any deities exist (whether or not that person believes that deities do not exist).

Brightadjective

Vivid, colourful, brilliant.

‘The orange and blue walls of the sitting room were much brighter than the dull grey walls of the kitchen.’;

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Atheistnoun

(loosely) A person who has no belief in any deities, such as a person who has no concept of deities.

Brightadjective

Happy, in spirits.

‘I woke up today feeling so bright that I decided to have a little dance.’;

Atheistnoun

(uncommon) A person who does not believe in a particular deity (or any deity in a particular pantheon), notwithstanding that they may believe in another deity.

Brightadjective

Sparkling with wit; lively; vivacious; cheerful.

Atheistadjective

Of or relating to atheists or atheism; atheistic.

Brightadjective

Illustrious; glorious.

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Atheistnoun

One who disbelieves or denies the existence of a God, or supreme intelligent Being.

Brightadjective

Clear; transparent.

Atheistnoun

A godless person.

Brightadjective

(archaic) Manifest to the mind, as light is to the eyes; clear; evident; plain.

Atheistnoun

someone who denies the existence of god

Brightnoun

An artist's brush used in oil and acrylic painting with a long ferrule and a flat, somewhat tapering bristle head.

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Atheistadjective

related to or characterized by or given to atheism;

‘atheist leanings’;

Brightnoun

(obsolete) splendour; brightness

Brightnoun

(neologism) A person with a naturalistic worldview with no supernatural or mystical elements.

Brightnoun

The high-beam intensity of motor vehicle headlamps.

‘Your brights are on.’;

Brightverb

See Brite, v. i.

Brightadjective

Radiating or reflecting light; shedding or having much light; shining; luminous; not dark.

‘The sun was bright o'erhead.’; ‘The earth was dark, but the heavens were bright.’; ‘The public places were as bright as at noonday.’;

Brightadjective

Transmitting light; clear; transparent.

‘From the brightest winesHe 'd turn abhorrent.’;

Brightadjective

Having qualities that render conspicuous or attractive, or that affect the mind as light does the eye; resplendent with charms; as, bright beauty.

‘Bright as an angel new-dropped from the sky.’;

Brightadjective

Having a clear, quick intellect; intelligent.

Brightadjective

Sparkling with wit; lively; vivacious; shedding cheerfulness and joy around; cheerful; cheery.

‘Be bright and jovial among your guests.’;

Brightadjective

Illustrious; glorious.

‘In the brightest annals of a female reign.’;

Brightadjective

Manifest to the mind, as light is to the eyes; clear; evident; plain.

‘That he may with more ease, with brighter evidence, and with surer success, draw the bearner on.’;

Brightadjective

Of brilliant color; of lively hue or appearance.

‘Here the bright crocus and blue violet grew.’;

Brightnoun

Splendor; brightness.

‘Dark with excessive bright thy skirts appear.’;

Brightadverb

Brightly.

‘I say it is the moon that shines so bright.’;

Brightadjective

emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts;

‘the sun was bright and hot’; ‘a bright sunlit room’;

Brightadjective

having striking color;

‘bright greens’; ‘brilliant tapestries’; ‘a bird with vivid plumage’;

Brightadjective

characterized by quickness and ease in learning;

‘some children are brighter in one subject than another’; ‘smart children talk earlier than the average’;

Brightadjective

having lots of light either natural or artificial;

‘the room was bright and airy’; ‘a stage bright with spotlights’;

Brightadjective

made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow;

‘bright silver candlesticks’; ‘a burnished brass knocker’; ‘she brushed her hair until it fell in lustrous auburn waves’; ‘rows of shining glasses’; ‘shiny black patents’;

Brightadjective

splendid;

‘the bright stars of stage and screen’; ‘a bright moment in history’; ‘the bright pageantry of court’;

Brightadjective

not made dim or less bright;

‘undimmed headlights’; ‘surprisingly the curtain started to rise while the houselights were still undimmed’;

Brightadjective

clear and sharp and ringing;

‘the bright sound of the trumpet section’; ‘the brilliant sound of the trumpets’;

Brightadjective

characterized by happiness or gladness;

‘bright faces’; ‘all the world seems bright and gay’;

Brightadjective

abounding with sunlight;

‘a bright sunny day’; ‘one shining norming’; ‘when it is warm and shiny’;

Brightadjective

full or promise;

‘had a bright future in publishing’; ‘the scandal threatened an abrupt end to a promising political career’;

Brightadverb

with brightness;

‘the stars shone brilliantly’; ‘the windows glowed jewel bright’;

Brightadjective

giving out or reflecting much light; shining

‘the sun was dazzlingly bright’; ‘her bright, dark eyes’;

Brightadjective

full of light

‘the rooms are bright and spacious’;

Brightadjective

(of a period of time) having sunny, cloudless weather

‘the long, bright days of June’;

Brightadjective

(of colour) vivid and bold

‘the bright green leaves’;

Brightadjective

having a vivid colour

‘a bright tie’;

Brightadjective

intelligent and quick-witted

‘a bright young journalist’; ‘a bright idea’;

Brightadjective

cheerful and lively

‘she gave a bright smile’; ‘at breakfast she would be persistently bright and chirpy’;

Brightadjective

(of someone's future) likely to be successful and happy

‘these young people have a bright future ahead of them’;

Brightadjective

(of sound) clear, vibrant, and typically high-pitched

‘her voice is fresh and bright’;

Brightadverb

brightly

‘a full moon shining bright’;

Brightnoun

bold and vivid colours

‘a choice of colours from pastels through to brights’;

Brightnoun

headlights switched to full beam

‘he turned the brights on and we drove along the dirt road’;

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