I can myself, from personal knowledge, endorse all that Mr. Phillips says as to Branwell's brilliancy of intellect at this time.
Yet to-day, your Excellency, if there were no lack of brilliancy—how many were not there to see!
There was a thick border of periwinkle whose glossy dark green leaves enhanced the brilliancy of the plants beyond.
The brilliancy of her performance could not be denied, even by those who had reason to dislike her.
In the first place, she often extinguished him by the brilliancy of her arguments.
It must, therefore, be obvious that Jupiter is indebted to the sun for its brilliancy.
Orloff was excessively pale, almost unconscious, with his thick curly hair of dull black without the least brilliancy.
What lightness of touch, what ease of movement, what brilliancy of hue!
One might look at it a score of times without seeing that it varied in brilliancy.
It is much more valuable than brilliancy, eloquence, or originality.