- n. Plural form of illuminate.
“Something about what the whole ordeal illuminates is disturbing.”
“McGrath again illuminates these notions of the intoxicating myth:”
“The terrible love story that this book illuminates is (alas, for one writing a short column) also highly convoluted.”
“By delving into these redoubts of gossip and speculation, Larkin illuminates the Burmese art of kaw la ha la (rumors) and the skewed worldview that so many people denied opportunity for movement, expression, and education, through circumscribed thought and action, are reduced to.”
“91In saying this, the bulletin illuminates the point that ways of conceptualizing knowledge and property are epistemological matters.”
“This report "attempts to define successes ... which have not yet been realized" - in other words illuminates W's failures as our protector, but red staters are kind of dense.”
“His pitch is flawless and his sense of expression illuminates these self-written lyrics in a way no other singer could.”
“The active intellect "illuminates" the object of sense, rendering it intelligible somewhat as light renders colours visible.”
“Through these interviews we get a portrait of a Third World society and we also chart a big swindle that kind of illuminates how corruption does work in the Third World.”
“The principle is as follows: The invisible light of a UV lamp 'illuminates' the window panes and generates fluorescent radiation in the coating.”
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