(noun) brilliance, panache, quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous
What we find instead is Stendhalian brio
Wallace demonstrates with comic brio in the short stories in Brief Interviews
wrote Moore with ironic brio
thrown off, with such brio, in a work of history
Joan Didion, for all her stylistic brio, becomes straightforward
they are properly dazzled by its mixture of high-tech literariness, pop-culture savvy, and story-telling brio
Both boys were rapists, not just the one who had the brio to announce it so insouciantly.