from The Century Dictionary.
- To illuminate; enlighten.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb rare To illumine; to enlighten.
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- verb archaic, transitive To
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Would you care to enlight us on your views and how they are not extremist?
I can't even imagine how you enlight my day with those colours!
I just wanted to enlight your fans that any movie that rocks the boat can be targeted.
You is a supporter of her enlight me on her 30 years experience.
Now that I have finally seen the light I can start working on helping to enlight others to the horrors of diversity and the frightening knowledge of other cultures!
If i'm trolling , then enlight me : "..intimidation, coercion, or propaganda is primarily sought Schmid, 1988."
But if you - or the Constitution - insist,i'm kind enough to enlight both and any of you : today i dont like the colour of your shirt, and tomorrow i'm Constitutionally free to change my taste ; on shirts colours,ofcourse.
Since you screed asumes that federalizing gate guards is such a no-brainer, please enlight me why it would be beter that the bill we got.
“Platonic love,” which by philosophers and poets of the Renaissance was understood in a pro - foundly mystical sense, was castigated by the enlight - ened authors of the rococo as the naive enthusiasm of immature adolescents.
To be sure, pressure tactics are also irrelevant to those of seriously dulled emotions, but such tactics do have desirable effects on those who are selfish-on-principle or thoughtlessly selfish if they are reasonably enlight - ened.