illuminated

[ verb ih-loo-muh-neyt; adjective, noun ih-loo-muh-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF illuminated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILLUMINATED

This illuminated the entire room, but in a partial and dismal manner.

The room had not been illuminated in years as it was that night.

The news of Duncan's victory had been made public, and the house was not illuminated.

The hall was illuminated by tentaculites, and presented a brilliant appearance.

She has illuminated a Salvator on a little sheet, for which I gave her one fl.

His face, with its "illuminated," exalted look, scarcely changed.

The pale light of a cloudy morning now illuminated the apartment.

Meantime the King's eye was caught by the illuminated breviary.

It is Venice, it is June, and the two combine to make an illuminated chapter.

Now and again the darkness would be illuminated by the glare of star-shells.

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