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- adj. bright; clear
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bright; clear.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bright; clear.
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Items I remember the most were were huge wedges of illuminous orange shrink-wrapped processed cheese, along with a litre-sized tub of peanut butter.
The opera star had requested that the funeral service be illuminous (ph), not a dark occasion, one that will reflect his zest for life.
He has assimilated the illuminous thought of Lenin and has clearly found in Marxism-Leninism the teachings and the path which should be followed in the search for a solution to all peoples oppressed and exploited by colonialism.
The sun seems to me illuminous, but its nature is unknown to me.
The new dress will have inherent flame retardant fabrics and an illuminous strip.
With a cocktail in hand we changed into our glad rags - the most fluorescent numbers we could find - and sat down for a balcony session of artistic painting which entailed covering each other from head to toe in illuminous body paint.
; 'Role Models' movie trailer; Paul Rudd; Sean William Scott; trailers; variety; video; Bill Murray and Tim Robbins star in this fantasy / drama about a illuminous city that slowly begins to fade.
At one point it looked to be long and going vertical, then a bright light came from it, like it lit up but white-not like from the sun, but an illuminous light that came from the object itself.
'The had an illuminous body of flaming fire. instrument operating in all beings which Brotherhoods can commune in certain coupling between noise a n d specific However, these codices are a collection generates a realization of the divine-Self. p l a n t i n g a n d h a r v e s t i n g seasons.
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