reillumination love

Definitions

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  • noun The act or process of enlightening again.

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  • noun The act or process of reilluminating.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ illumination

Examples

  • That she now saw — as she had not, I had satisfied myself, the previous time — was proved to me by the fact that she was disturbed neither by my reillumination nor by the haste I made to get into slippers and into a wrap.

    The Turn of the Screw

  • That she now saw -- as she had not, I had satisfied myself, the previous time -- was proved to me by the fact that she was disturbed neither by my reillumination nor by the haste I made to get into slippers and into a wrap.

    The Turn of the Screw

  • That she now saw -- as she had not, I had satisfied myself, the previous time -- was proved to me by the fact that she was disturbed neither by my reillumination nor by the haste I made to get into slippers and into a wrap.

    The Turn of the Screw

  • Meanwhile reillumination as to the terrible and total change that her confession had wrought in his life, in his universe, returned to him, and he tried desperately to advance among the new conditions in which he stood.

    Tess of the d'Urbervilles

  • Convinced; for there was no wavering in his eye, no trembling in the hand she had clasped; convinced but ready notwithstanding to repudiate her own convictions, so much of the mother-passion, if not the wife's, tugged at her heart, she remained immovable for a moment, waiting for the impossible, hoping against hope for a withdrawal of his words and the reillumination of hope.

    Dark Hollow

  • Meanwhile reillumination as to the terrible and total change that her confession had wrought in his life, in his universe, returned to him, and he tried desperately to advance among the new conditions in which he stood.

    Tess of the d'Urbervilles

  • That she now saw -- as she had not, I had satisfied myself, the previous time -- was proved to me by the fact that she was disturbed neither by my reillumination nor by the haste I made to get into slippers and into a wrap.

    The Turn of the Screw

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