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a bright idea meaning

"a bright idea" in a sentence
  • [American slang]
    a clever thought or new idea. (Typically: have ~; get ~; give someone ~.)
      Now and then I get a bright idea.
      John hardly ever gets a bright idea.
  • Just then a bright idea occurred to me
  • "now, then, in this difficulty a bright idea has flashed across my brain.
  • a bright idea came into alice s head . is that the reason so many tea-things are put out here ? she asked
  • A teacher who never had a bright idea in his life will probably reprimand a student who has one instead of encouraging him
  • Both had a bright idea, but Heinz did it better.
  • Eight years ago, Jeremy Cowan had a bright idea.
  • Di Tella has had a bright idea : try goodwill, not propaganda.
  • If I get a bright idea late at night,
  • "It's a bright idea, but inappropriate,"
  • During the same period engineers got a bright idea.
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