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Sentence count:122Posted:2016-10-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: brightenclarifyexplainillustratelightshowsimplifyspotlightSimilar words: luminaryruminationdominateeliminatelaminatedcontaminatealuminumillustrateMeaning: [ɪ'luːmɪneɪt]  v. 1. make lighter or brighter 2. make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear 3. add embellishments and paintings to (medieval manuscripts). 
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1 We illuminate the enemy plane with searchlights in order to shoot at it.
2 They use games and drawings to illuminate their subject.
3 The bomber dropped a flare to illuminate the target.
4 The study of the present also helps to illuminate the past.
5 Our interesting teacher could illuminate almost any subject we studied.
6 Small lights illuminate different points on the map.
7 They would also illuminate any steps.
8 It has served to illuminate and inspire many thousands of students, teachers and academics throughout the world.
9 She said she came to help illuminate the area with her headlights.
10 But he hopes that scans should illuminate the precise areas of any deficits.
11 At least a dozen lawsuits filed recently illuminate the racial and gender friction within the agency.
12 Being purely quantitative measures, they fail to illuminate qualitative advances.
13 Looking to the past, she seeks to illuminate the present, believing there to be no unbridgeable gap between the two.
14 There was some moon which would illuminate the scene suddenly, then be gone as though switched off by the scudding cloud.
15 It had a plain glazed back to illuminate the upper deck at night and the lamps were removed from the hoops.
16 The Aceh deal should also illuminate the murky political scene in the Indonesiancapital.
17 Newly discovered artifacts may help illuminate the culture of the Aztecs.
18 We hope it will help to illuminate the problems the designer faces in trying to promote such changes by introducing new material.
19 Patriotism: Combustible rubbish ready to the torch of any one ambitious to illuminate his name.
20 We can, how-ever, develop an album of sketches of a landscape that would help to illuminate the terrain.
21 A reset button is also provided, which is pressed if the charging light fails to illuminate.
22 There are a number of ways in which one may use the individual pinpoints of light to illuminate the territory between them.
23 He may even give greater weight to what his perspective is not designed to illuminate.
24 Other areas are a blaze of colour as spot lights illuminate a vast choice of customer designs displayed on wall units.
25 An example from the astronomical debates of the early seventeenth century may illuminate this selective role of religious belief.
26 They immediately crossed the river and fired several houses in the village of DeSoto,[] so as to illuminate the river.
27 It's the clash or conflict of views that helps to illuminate the question. 4.
28 The lamp outside the turkey-house was still burning to illuminate their way along the front drive and into the yard.
29 More field work studies of systems analysts and how they relate to managers should illuminate this little known area of managerial work.
30 Presumably there was a glazed aperture in the back to illuminate the upper deck.
More similar words: luminaryruminationdominateeliminatelaminatedcontaminatealuminumillustratenominationexaminationculminationrecriminationobstinateoriginatediscriminationcoordinatedecaffeinatedfill upillusionseminardominantinclinationcombinationcoordinatorfascinatingpreliminarydonateinnateSenateresonate
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