Examples of brilliance in a Sentence
The professor was known for his brilliance.
the brilliance of a diamond
Recent Examples of brilliance from the Web
That’s just part of Tony’s incredible brilliance as a writer, as a creative mind, to just dream up these ways of breaking the barriers.
The award, which last year was given to Wolfgang Puck, celebrates intelligence, innovation and brilliance as well as sensitivity to aesthetics, culture and the environment.
But all that love Red Lobster puts in the freshly made cheesy, garlic-buttery brilliance of the biscuits has been neglected in the waffle wannabes.
Yet that doesn’t matter because the team — at every turn — takes risks and flashes a sort of uncommon brilliance that goes beyond the ordinary event books of the last 10 years.
This also might be the hole where the line between brilliance and disaster is at its most thin.
Sometimes a coach can scheme and drill and coax something glorious out of a group without much of that individual brilliance.
During a run of five home games in six nights, the New Orleans Pelicans showed the flashes of brilliance that had Anthony Davis in the MVP hunt and a team that could be a nightmare to deal with in an eventual playoff series.
In addition, some series that have completed their seasons can rise (or fall) even farther because of the constant re-evaluation of everything that marks the human condition of a critic, including forgetting brilliance or liking newer shiny things.
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Definition of brilliance for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being brilliant
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