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  • n. illumination

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Illumination.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Illumination.
  • n. A lighting up; a flashing out, as of light or energy; an illuminating outburst.

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Examples

  • Register to hear this series of deeply inspiring stories of lumination under the guidance of some of the greatest historic and contemporary spiritual masters, and receive a free mp3 recording of the entire event.

    Andrew Z. Cohen: Daring to Bear Witness: The Challenge of Being a Spiritual Teacher

  • As the intensity of lumination in both the clouds and falling rain at their base expanded, it was apparent the brightest area would set up to the northwest of the Mall.

    Last week: A colorful DC sunset instead of storms

  • She WILL be reaching for a huge sea serpent with a kind of natural lumination light on his head-like deep sea fish.

    A Study of Sarah...

  • He squinted through the weak, ever-changing lumination to discern anything of use and found his efforts thwarted.

    String Theory, Book 3: Evolution

  • It was a gloomy morning, so the house was dark without additional lumination.

    weapons of massdistraction › When You’re In The Dark And You Want To See

  • There was a flare of light upon the screen, as the operator fussed with the lamp for better lumination.

    The Voice on the Wire

  • It was now long after nightfall, yet the intermi - nable forest through which he journeyed was lit with a wan glimmer having no point of diffusion, for in its mysterious lumination nothing cast a shadow.

    Can Such Things Be

  • If we stop firin 'in our lines, up they send the star shells, rockets and all, to see what's goin' on -- think we're goin 'to attack -- regular' lumination o 'fireworks -- very nervous people.

    Tatterdemalion

  • It was now long after nightfall, yet the interminable forest through which he journeyed was lit with a wan glimmer having no point of diffusion, for in its mysterious lumination nothing cast a shadow.

    Can Such Things Be

  • "Wal, Parson, your folks has all ben to the 'lumination -- Nabby and Bill and Tom and Dolly here; found her all rolled up in a heap like a rabbit under the cedars."

    A Budget of Christmas Tales by Charles Dickens and Others

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