Alice noticed with some surprise that the pebbles were all turning into little cakes as they lay on the floor, and a bright idea
came into her head.
Suddenly he sprang to his feet, while his eyes lighted up with that gleam of intelligence that marks the presence of some bright idea
The history tells that when Don Quixote called out to Sancho to bring him his helmet, Sancho was buying some curds the shepherds agreed to sell him, and flurried by the great haste his master was in did not know what to do with them or what to carry them in; so, not to lose them, for he had already paid for them, he thought it best to throw them into his master's helmet, and acting on this bright idea
he went to see what his master wanted with him.
'This was a bright idea
. The baron took an old hunting-knife from a cupboard hard by, and having sharpened it on his boot, made what boys call "an offer" at his throat.
But, after studiously regarding it for a minute or two, a bright idea
, seemed to strike him, for he suddenly exclaimed, 'But I know what I'll do!' and then returned and took his seat at the table.
When he had communicated this bright idea
, which had its origin in the perusal by the village cronies of a newspaper, containing, among other matters, an account of how some officer pending the sentence of some court-martial had been enlarged on parole, Mr Willet drew back from his guest's ear, and without any visible alteration of feature, chuckled thrice audibly.
George was about to call out and wake them up, but, at that moment, a bright idea
flashed across him, and he didn't.
'Upon your word no isn't there I never did but that's like me I run away with an idea and having none to spare I keep it, alas there was a time dear Arthur that is to say decidedly not dear nor Arthur neither but you understand me when one bright idea
gilded the what's-his-name horizon of et cetera but it is darkly clouded now and all is over.'
Nelly got stung by a wasp, my head began to ache, and we sat looking at one another rather dismally, when Nelly had a bright idea
"Now, then, in this difficulty a bright idea
has flashed across my brain." Franz looked at Albert as though he had not much confidence in the suggestions of his imagination.
It appears to me really a very bright idea
. This sort of thing is certainly very stale.
I could not possibly bring her to regard the matter on its bright side as I did: and indeed I was so fearful of being charged with childish frivolity, or stupid insensibility, that I carefully kept most of my bright ideas
and cheering notions to myself; well knowing they could not be appreciated.
3.35 Gowran Park 1pt win The Irish EBF Supporting Champions Weekend Maiden (3.35) looks a hot contest, with a high standard set by Richmond Stakes third Royal Dornoch as well as several horses who have been placed in competitive maidens.
EASTENDERS BBC1, 8pm DESPITE having chest pains, Mick has the bright idea
to go for a run.
ATEAM of Year 8 students from Durham are heading to London this week after their bright idea
helped them see off tough competition to win the North East section of a national challenge.