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over-bright

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Definition of over-bright in English:

adjective

Excessively bright: over-bright chandeliers glared down on stark furniture
More example sentences
  • Overbright security lighting creates "glare", which makes it more difficult to see intruders.
  • John cowered in the corner of the Golden Goose waiting room, keeping the potted palm between him and the overbright entrance.
  • His eyes are overbright as he follows the trailing line of a willow, but he sits leaning against the pillows, shaking slightly.

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