Adjective "brainy" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈbreɪni/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Having or showing intelligence.
  1. 'I was one of those brainy kids who read too much'
  2. 'The dancing is ace, but if psychoanalysis isn't your bowl of chutney, bring along a brainy friend to guide you through those pesky talky bits.'
  3. 'Owning lots of books says we are brainy in this house.'
  4. 'I was one of those brainy kids who read too much and understood even less.'
  5. 'If you're usually the dumb cowboy, be the brainy city guy for once.'
  6. 'It's tactical and brainy (unlike aquaerobics), and that means clever people do it.'
  7. 'As brainy as you are, Mr. Levitt, I expected better from you than this.'
  8. 'It was brilliant and brainy without being esoteric.'
  9. 'As a general rule, the more prestigious the private school, the more aggressively brainy the kids.'
  10. 'The brainy guys had their say, and while I didn't agree with everything they said, it was still cool that they were discussing and endorsing some of the ideas in the book.'
  11. 'We were broken into 7 classes, one of which was us brainy kids.'

Definitions

1. intelligent; clever; intellectual.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be brainy."

"tones can be brainy."

"stewards can be brainy."

"presidents can be brainy."

"minorities can be brainy."

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