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She dashed into the crude and sketchy character bold strokes of Nature and illuminative gleams of genius, all her own.

Many of the facts given in this chapter are taken from these illuminative essays.

On being asked why it was so necessary that the Prince should return, the Turk became most illuminative.

The Secrets of a KuttiteEdward O. Mousley

He realises very clearly how illuminative the theory of evolution is when applied to the puzzling facts of embryonic development.

Form and FunctionE. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell

The fact that he does write in that mood points to the one illuminative truth now essential to be remembered.

Shadows of the StageWilliam Winter

But his torch is illuminative, not strictly conflagrational, after all.

A few social customs may conclude this chapter, as illuminative of the times.

The illuminative force of his similes is quite extraordinary.

But, of the whole series, the most illuminative picture is certainly the Ball at Almack's.

One gas jet was burning in the San Reve's room; being turned down to lowest ebb, it was about as illuminative as a glow-worm.

The PresidentAlfred Henry Lewis

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