majesty, star, flair, wizard, sensation, radiance, spotlight, immensity, maven, gorgeousness, grandeur, beautiful, nobility, limelight, mastermind, lustrousness, effulgence, sizeableness, vastness, whizz, magnanimousness, wizardry, good, refulgence, clarity, twinkle, glare, lambency, lustre, wisdom, superbness, candor, blazing, brainiac, sumptuousness, gloriousness, luminance, importance, glory, superstar, inspiration, whiz, glower, common sense, splendidness, stateliness, virtuoso, brain, glitz, lightness, wiz, augustness, hotshot, magnificence, judgment, luminosity, fire, splendiferousness, ace, intelligence, vision, mavin, resplendency, flicker, nobleness, reason, enormousness, genius, splendor, wideness, stupendousness, intuition, champion, resplendence, splendour, grandness, impressiveness, hell, adept, brilliancy, dazzle, sublimeness, public eye, greatness, richness, immenseness
light (part of speech: noun)
wit (part of speech: noun)
facility, irony, craftiness, trickiness, deftness, ingeniousness, astuteness, resourcefulness, comedy, wit, adroitness, humor, canniness, cleverness, urbanity, shrewdness, finesse, wiliness, inventiveness, scurrility, foxiness, sharpness, intellect, artfulness, drollness, cunningness, slyness, sophistry, scintillation, quickness, subtleness
- I did not stop, but went up the steps and was received with the usual hospitality, and on their expressing some wonder as to the unusual brilliance of my attire I explained the circumstances of the case. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
- The problem with which he deals is one of inexhaustible interest, and his treatment of it is everywhere characterized by a psychological insight, an intellectual courage, and a fertility and brilliance of resource which are nothing less than astonishing. - "Introduction to the Old Testament", John Edgar McFadyen.
- Then it flashed into dazzling brilliance and the globe cleared to startling transparency. - "The Copper-Clad World", Harl Vincent.