overbright

overbright

(ˌəʊvəˈbraɪt)
adj
too bright
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"And now" - the erect body sank like a sword driven home into the scabbard; the light faded from the overbright eyes; the voice returned to its usual pitiful little titter -" and now," said Pennsylvania Pratt, "do you think it's too early for a little game of checkers, Mr.
Cheap, noisy, no-frills, white- tiled, overbright: Krua Apsorn bears all the signs of a top- notch traditional eating room.
Beyond them the mountains were sharp and dark against the overbright sky.
If the sun is behind your subject, turn on the camera's flash to avoid creating an overdark subject and an overbright background.
Until his thirties, Fuller was a gabby, overbright college dropout, a sometime meatpacker and sheet-metal worker with a Yankee tinker's streak.
Orville Overbright, the galaxy's most brilliant scientist, teams up with Sharkey's crew and their mysterious friend Celina X, in an adventure that will put them through their paces in secret missions and rebel groups, and even square off against the galactic death dealer Molotov!
Heck, a person with an inexpensive or overbright system might actually prefer the softer, less-focused sound of the Decca disc.
Everything looks garish and overbright, a bit like the range of outlandish ties favoured by the pub's male clientele, and nothing matches.
Dim overbright ceiling lighting and substitute task lamps to put light where it's needed for writing or reading.
The light is overbright, the water an impossible blue.
So, too, can the glare of an overbright or badly placed light that reflects off a VDT screen.
Such satisfying, overbright correspondences substitute for the basic search for "meaning" that motivated writers like Faulkner and Dostoyevsky.