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Definition of "bright as a new penny" []

  • (metaphor) shining brightly (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "bright as a new penny" in a sentence
  • "Anyway, Casey comes in bright as a new penny and says she wants me to merge with Hed-Opticals which she says grossed $277,600 last year, and then together, we'd go after Randolf Opti-cals, the granddaddy of them all — 53 million in sales, quoted on the Big Board, a huge slice of the lens market and lots of cash in the bank — and I said you're crazy but why Randolf?"
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