Definition of Bright side

1. Noun. A consoling aspect of a difficult situation. "Look on the bright side of it"

Exact synonyms: Silver Lining
Generic synonyms: Consolation, Solace, Solacement

Definition of Bright side

1. Noun. A consoling aspect of a difficult situation. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bright Side

bright-eyed and bushy-tailed
bright-line rule
bright and morning star
bright as a new penny(p)
bright blue
bright eyed and bushy tailed
bright field
bright field illumination
bright field imaging
bright field microscopy
bright line
bright nail
bright shiny object
bright side (current term)
bright spark
bright sparks
bright t1 lesion
brighten up

Literary usage of Bright side

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1863)
"THE DARK SIDE: THE bright side: THE PRACTICABLE SIDE. To the Editors of the Boston Daily Advertiser : WE are discovering at last that the South are a ..."

2. Poems: And Poems of California and the West by Benjamin Franklin Field (1904)
"THE bright side She swings with song and laughs with love, This ancient world of ours— She sorrows long and lifts above Her eyes to hidden powers. ..."

3. Speeches on Questions of Public Policy by John Bright (1879)
"But still there is a bright side to the aspect of England, and you may see ... But the bright side of the history of this country, so long as I have been ..."

4. A History of American Literature .. by Moses Coit Tyler (1890)
"Francis Higginson, churchman, dissenter, immigrant—His "True Relation"—His " New England's Plantation "—Pictures of sea and land —The bright side of things ..."

5. The American Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1829)
"... our seriousness will generally soon be relaxed, for the genius of Shakspeare is sportive and riant; he loves to dwell on the bright side of things; ..."

6. Tatterdemalion by John Galsworthy (1920)
"IV THE bright side A little Englishwoman, married to a German; had dwelt with him eighteen years in humble happiness and the district of Putney, ..."

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