Definition of Brite. Meaning of Brite. Synonyms of Brite

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Definition of Brite

Brite
Brite Brite, Bright Bright, v. t. To be or become overripe, as wheat, barley, or hops. [Prov. Eng.]

Meaning of Brite from wikipedia

- Rainbow Brite, also known in ****an as Magical Girl Rainbow Brite (魔法少女レインボーブライト, Mahō Shōjo Reinbō Buraito), is a media franchise by Hallmark Cards, introduced...
- band. UniBRITE-1, BRITE-Toronto and Heweliusz BRITE-PL photometers are sensitive to the red light, while BRITE-Montreal, Lem BRITE-PL and BRITE-AUSTRIA...
- Lite-Brite is a toy that was originally marketed in 1967. It consists of a light box with small colored plastic pegs that fit into a panel and illuminate...
- Rainbow Brite is a 1980s animated series based on Hallmark's media franchise of the same name. Produced by DIC Enterprises with animation provided by...
- Scotch-Brite is a line of abrasive products produced by 3M. The product line includes scouring pads and tools for home uses such as dish washing and scrubbing...
- a big fan of Kate. I have all of her albums and really enjoy her music. Brite, Poppy Z. (1997). Courtney Love: The Real Story. Simon & Schuster. p. 45...
- Archived from the original on March 21, 2016. Brite 1998, pp. 52–54. Brite 1998, p. 55. Brite 1998, pp. 54–55. Brite 1998, p. 54. Amoruso, Sophia (January 6...
- Brite Semiconductor is a fabless semiconductor company founded in 2008 to develop custom ASIC designs. The company focuses on high-end design services...
- Ultra Brite is an American brand of toothpaste and tooth-whitener marketed by Colgate-Palmolive in the United States. Marketed as a whitening toothpaste...
- The Shiny Brite company produced the most po****r Christmas tree ornaments in the United States throughout the 1940s and 1950s. In 1937, Max Eckardt established...