(redirected from brilliantly)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Daisy Dalzell, Rebecca Wilson, Kyra Rutherford, Ellie Jackson and Laura Smith all skated brilliantly for Solway Eclipse to secure silver in a large mixed age category and again achieved a personal best.
Mpho Kgomo, who had earlier replaced Moyo combined brilliantly with the speedy Eliphas Nyambi and their effort was finally rewarded Bondo waved a penalty in their favour after Godwin Osei-Bonsu was adjudged to have handled inside his own box.
Judy Morris, Woodingdean, Brighton The actress Lorraine Stanley, who plays newcomer Karen Taylor in EastEnders, is playing the part brilliantly.
Robinson said: "Ben boxed brilliantly and as far as we were concerned he had two clear wins.
ShoreTel, the leading provider of brilliantly simple unified communications platforms, including business phone systems, applications and mobile UC solutions, today announced that ShoreTel Sky is the new name of its family of cloud-based solutions.
On-loan Dundee United keeper Mentel said: "Our whole team did brilliantly - it's all about them today.
BBC Cymru Wales is of enormous importance to the creative and cultural life of the nation and is performing brilliantly on the UK networks too.
In a bid to reveal the city's internationally-renowned talent, jewellery festival Brilliantly Birmingham is being staged in the city until January 9.
GOLF: go brilliantly GOLF: Things continued to go brilliantly for Simon Khan and very badly for Chris Wood after the BMW PGA Championship.
Collingwood may not be one of those high profile captains, but surely he has brilliantly marshalled his resources.
His jumping normally lets him down but he jumped brilliantly today.
The rolled eyeballs reflect sunlight brilliantly, Flamarique reports.