What is the opposite of dim?

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Adjective
Opposite of dark or lacking in light
“Jensom led them all into a bright room, filled with monks inscribing words of wisdom onto tablets and papyrus.”
Adjective
Opposite of having no shine or luster
“They're made from shiny gold bars, which feature a delicate, scalloped, satin gold border.”
Adjective
Opposite of not visually distinct to one's sight or memory
“I would be a liar if I told you I had a distinct memory of each inning.”
Adjective
Opposite of unfavorable with regard to opinion or hope
“He has an encouraging future of him, and I am positive, he will produce much fine painting in the years to come.”
Adjective
Opposite of stupid or slow to understand
“They were quick young boys who understood that I was their ally, not their adversary.”
Adjective
(informal) Opposite of lacking in intelligence
“The engineers were quick on the uptake, which helped immensely with the project.”
Adjective
Opposite of visually indistinct or unclear
“You could tell it was Jim by the distinct mark on his bald head.”
Adjective
Opposite of visually indistinct
Verb
Opposite of to become, or to make, less bright, especially of a light source
“There are dome lights to illuminate the cabin for night flying and, in addition, electric side-light fixtures for reading.”
Verb
Opposite of to become, or cause to become, dark
“The gaps were high up on the wall, massive jagged rents that allowed the day's light in to brighten the cavern.”
Verb
Opposite of to fade or become less intense
“When he was growing up in North Brunswick, New Jersey, Howard had behavioral tics that would manifest at any time.”
Verb
Opposite of to make, or become, visually indistinct
“Mirrors that change their shape on the ground adaptively, correct for the turbulence in the atmosphere, and can sharpen our view of the stars in the sky.”
Verb
Opposite of to lessen, diminish or weaken
“To strengthen his grip on the kingdom, Jeroboam went on to build more shrines and high places.”
Verb
Opposite of to diminish in intensity or severity, especially gradually
Verb
Opposite of to become weaker or of poorer quality
“The reception appeared to progressively recover as we shifted the antenna to a different location.”
Verb
Opposite of to make, or cause to be, blur or dim
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