Thesaurus / enlightened

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In these men China lost two of her most capable and enlightened officials.

That Columbine would have enlightened her had she done so was exceedingly doubtful.

It was enlightened reason and patriotism gaining a victory over popular passions, over the assumptions of a State.

Two anatomists became famous through the investigations they were permitted to make under the patronage of the enlightened ruler.

Local jealousies are rapidly yielding to more generous, enlarged, and enlightened views of national policy.

But he confesses that up to the time when he was enlightened he had greatly enjoyed the meal.

And yet absolutism in itself is not to be defended; it is what enlightened nations are now striving to abolish.

Oh, the progress we are making in these enlightened modern times!

Man and WifeWilkie Collins

I do not mean to say, of course, in these enlightened days, that the boys were starved or ill-treated.

The Secret Service SubmarineCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

He did not have any special vision, but his mind was enlightened on many subjects, spiritual and intellectual.

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