enlightenment[ en-lahyt-n-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enlightenment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENLIGHTENMENT
Mary reviewed the case succinctly for the other's enlightenment.
The Cherub pursed his fat round lips in a soft whistle of enlightenment.
The distinguishing device of civilization and enlightenment.
Civilization, enlightenment,—they are vague terms, hollow sounds.
And as you can see, we surround ourselves with all means of enlightenment.
His writing is of the age of enlightenment; his actions belong to romance.
As the progress of enlightenment has done hitherto, so will it ever do.
"He's in Steel," she murmured, which was no enlightenment to Maria.
This enlightenment importuned him; he tried to extinguish it and could not.
Columbus stood in his age as the pioneer of progress and enlightenment.
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