brilliantadjective

  • ja素晴らしい、立派な、才気のある
  • envery impressive, successful, wonderful, superb, magnificent, skillful, clever, or smart

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My poems.
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They're not brilliant, but they're mine.
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- He's incredibly neat. - She's brave.
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He's brilliant.
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- She's very competitive. - He's very competitive.
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Raymond's a brilliant detective.
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It's just, when a case involves me, he can get a little overemotional.
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You remember the safe house.
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Oh, yeah, he went crazy.
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I’ve said this to you before and I know it makes you uncomfortable.
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Oh, boy.
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But you're thoughtful, and you're brilliant.
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Charles Boyle, not the most brilliant detective.
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But he works harder than anyone else.
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It's a brilliant country that eats chicken for Christmas.
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What country?
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A brilliant country!