- v. present participle of enlighten.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. enlightening so as to encourage intellectual or moral improvement.
- adj. tending to increase knowledge or dissipate ignorance.
- adj. tending to increase knowledge or dissipate ignorance
- adj. enlightening or uplifting so as to encourage intellectual or moral improvement
“Also most enlightening, is to see how local champions of "Green" living and public transportation, who advocate and even legislate with every fiber of their being to get vehicles such as large white GMC pickups off the road, live and work in the same manner as they demand of their constituents.”
“This is what I often call "enlightening the choosing faculty" -- bringing the light of consciousness, conscience and higher purpose to bear on the unique and extraordinary capacity within that can define your destiny.”
“If you were more interested in enlightening your readers than getting a head start on the next 5th District campaign you would tell the entire story.”
“Robinsons portrayal of these womens influence as civilizing and enlightening is very different from Wollstonecrafts portrayal of the French court in her An Historical and Moral View of the French Revolution (1794), where she described”
“If the "Children's Houses" were to succeed in enlightening the people on such truths, they would be accomplishing a very lofty hygienic work for the new generations.”
“Raymon took pleasure in enlightening that virgin mind which seemed destined to open to receive his principles; but, despite the power he exerted over her untrained, artless mind, his sophisms sometimes encountered resistance from her.”
“Spirit uses in enlightening the eyes; it brings us to a sight and sense of our sin and misery, and directs us in the way of duty.”
“An example of academic analysis that I find truly enlightening is Zilia Papp’s article on the various versions of the story “The Great Yokai War”.”
“The directorial revelations are almost always enlightening from a writer’s POV.)”
“I had a long chat today with folks from Yahoo about the ongoing "size matters" tempest, and it was once again enlightening.”
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