enlightened

[ en-lahyt-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF enlightened

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENLIGHTENED

Listening to her I was no longer the enlightened, the creedless man.

Called "trousers" by the enlightened and "pants" by the unworthy.

Such were the remarks of my amiable and enlightened father-in-law!

He possessed a soul brave, liberal, enlightened, and ingenuous.

Her liberal principles and her enlightened views are acknowledged by all.

And now, I said, let me show in a figure how far our nature is enlightened or unenlightened:—Behold!

I had very great hopes that you would have been enlightened by the wisdom of Damon.

For the rest, abuses can be corrected by equity; and equity, if it is not found in the enlightened, is not to be found at all.

The sergeant's eyes were full of questions, but Hogan enlightened him no further.

It was a matter of enlightened conviction on the part of the legislators.

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