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- n. One who, or that which, enlightens.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who enlightens or illuminates; one who, or that which, communicates light to the eye, or clear views to the mind.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who illuminates; one who or that which communicates light to the eye or clear views to the mind.
That article was a real enlightener, as I used to admire Snipes.
Since the show's mission is for Lou to be the explainer and enlightener, he should be sure to cite this during your segment tonite.
"Since the show's mission is for Lou to be the explainer and enlightener, he should be sure to cite this during your segment tonite" [sic].
Ever since Sunoya was born under an omen of duality either she will be a great enlightener or an even greater darkness bringer.
I know of one educationist (enlightener), who for his love for dark-skinned Africans, gave up prestige and privilege, and came to live and work in Nigeria.
But it began and remained more fundamen¬tally an antimodernist recovery and rearticulation of Western and English con¬stitutionalism on the classical and medi¬eval patterns identified with the seventeenth century of Sir Edward Coke, a principal figure of the Elizabethan Renaissance, and of John Locke, himself a principal enlightener…
In the last couple of decades the "investigative reporter" has become the great enlightener of our generation.
Then Luka Lukich, as the enlightener of youth, should go first.
The poor man and the creditor have met one another: the Lord is the enlightener of them both.
[Illustration: AN INFANT IN ARMS --] we shall at once give up all claims to the title of an enlightener of the people.
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