Brilliance and Skill


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Brilliance noun – The quality or state of having or giving off light.
Skill and brilliance are semantically related. in genius topic. In some cases you can use "Skill" instead a noun "Brilliance".
Nearby Words: brilliant, brilliantly, brilliancy
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Skill noun – Subtle or imaginative ability in inventing, devising, or executing something.
Brilliance and skill are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Brilliance" instead a noun "Skill".
Nearby Words: skilled, skillfully, skilful, skilly
Synonyms for Skill

How words are described

individual individual brilliance individual skill
good good brilliance good skill
high high brilliance high skill
pure pure brilliance pure skill
Other adjectives: equal, common, natural, sheer, actual, real, great, little, artistic, inherent, incredible, political, amazing, greater, martial, technical, tactical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Lovecraft, he also possesses the insufferable habit of derailing the recollection of events to expound upon his own brilliance and skill, peppered with casual dismissal for those of "lower" station.
  • Evil Is Petty For all his skill and brilliance, he's still just a petty young man with serious Daddy Issues that has to have the final word.
    Source: Evil Is Petty
  • Her brilliance, financial acumen, skill at espionage, penchant for planning and ability to manipulate people (including pretty much the entire French nobility) make her one hell of a Guile Hero.
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Skill or Brilliance. 2016. Accessed October 24, 2020.

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