Brightens sentence example

brightens
  • Lime juice brightens up your drink and balances out the sweeter ingredients.
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  • This also brightens and enhances the shape of your eyes, creating a soft yet dark and sultry finish to your "smoky eye" look.
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  • The best night vision devices amplify that image by projecting infrared light, which further brightens the image that you see inside the goggles.
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  • The nose brightens the air with tangy citrus, cut alfalfa, and mineral richness.
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  • The palate brightens with lively cherries and raspberries, some hints of thyme and tobacco, and follows with creamy vanilla.
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  • Whether you're in your backyard, by a public pool, at a resort or on the islands themselves, a lively tropical print towel always brightens up the day while drying you off.
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  • 'Natural light' alarm clocks have a special light that brightens gradually, mimicking the dawn sky.
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  • Additionally, it reduces puffiness and smoothes fine lines and wrinkles, brightens and clarifies.
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  • It brightens and smooths the skin while reducing the appearance of age spots, fine lines, and wrinkles.
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  • A lasting legacy for the project is the creation of huge mural which brightens up a concrete underpass near the school.
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  • Snatch is one of my favorites of all time, a true beauty that instantly brightens up the eyes.
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  • The passage of this large quar`it-y of carbon and iron, 0.90% of the former and 12.6 of the latter, from a state of mere solution as hardenite to one of definite chemical union as cementite, together with the passage of the iron itself from the y to the a state, evolves so much heat as actually to heat the mass up so that it brightens in a striking manner.
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