unbright

unbright

(ʌnˈbraɪt)
adj
archaic not bright
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Lydia Unbright is back and ready to revive her rancid romance with fat-boy Arg.
As his proem to Look Homeward, Angel suggests, Thomas Wolfe spent much of his short life on this "most weary unbright cinder" seeking "the great forgotten language, the lost lane-end"--a magic word or secret incantation that would open the unfound door (2).
The gambling of so much state money on private companies is the unbright idea of Andrew "Not" Adonis, the boarding-school boy made a junior education minister by Tony Blair.
A rare moment of self-awareness as ITV's top team finally realised their notoriously mature audience couldn't give a rat's backside about unbright sparks Mark Wright and Joey Essex...
As he looks skyward to indicate the general location of the planet, he describes it as a "most weary unbright cinder." The phrase is from the proem to Look Homeward, Angel: "O waste of loss, in the hot mazes, lost, among bright stars on this most weary unbright cinder, lost!"
Unbright and early the next morning, there's a slight shortfall.