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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reilluminate.

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Examples

  • Worf stood at the center of the bridge, hands folded behind his back, watching as the exterior running lights on the Libra were reilluminated, one by one.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • Worf stood at the center of the bridge, hands folded behind his back, watching as the exterior running lights on the Libra were reilluminated, one by one.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • Steve Gilliard is doing a bravura virtuoso job recounting the many sins and sordid trespasses of the Giuliani administration, whose arrogance is reilluminated by the Kerik debacle.

    Take This Check--And Shove It: James Wolcott

  • It reilluminated the president's most enduring liability: the notion that he'll say or do anything to please (in other words, that he's just a politician).

    Politics Without Pols

  • Then suddenly I was out of it and Grayswandir swung free in my hand once again, the fires partly diminished, whether by contrast with the reilluminated prospect or for some other reasons I did not know.

    The Hand of Oberon

  • They also reilluminated the Zakim lights with donated money, while asking LeBovidge to develop a long-term solution.

    WBUR.org » WBUR

  • They also reilluminated the Zakim lights with donated money, while asking LeBovidge to develop a long-term solution.

    WBUR.org » WBUR

  • They also reilluminated the Zakim lights with donated money, while asking LeBovidge to develop a long-term solution.

    WBUR.org » WBUR

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