- v. Third-person singular simple present of enlighten
“The Bible, the prayer book and the lamp tell us that God's word enlightens the soul.”
“Newforest," who regularly enlightens us on the French language, via the comments box, has just sent in these excellent "souci" examples:”
“It energizes the souls reading it and enlightens those that least expect it.”
“Hence my conviction that all faith is a reflection of the Light that enlightens us all, available to every human who seeks it.”
“Ken Quixote enlightens: We'll need 233,330 more wind turbines, 610,000 blades, 99 million bolts, 1 million miles of rebar and 1,829,997 delivery trucks.”
“When it comes to God's truths the buck stops with the individual Catholic whom the Holy Spirit guides and enlightens:”
“Later in the show, she enlightens us that it's better to have something than nothing, and that we saved the "framework" - not the funding, just the framework - of most programs.”
“Ultimately, Three Hotels isolates this unfortunate state of affairs, reminding us that an individual's life is fleeting and fragile, that it is important to remember that there is good and bad, right and wrong and that even if a person makes only one gesture in their life -- one that heals, that helps, that enlightens, that ineluctably links one person to the next -- it is the most important event in this world.”
“Gov't greed', like 'corporate greed' is one of those phrases that plays well with the ideological bases but clouds up more than it enlightens.”
“It entices us to read his books (which sound really interesting) and enlightens us on his creative process (which us aspiring writers love).”
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