illustrious

[ ih-luhs-tree-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF illustrious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILLUSTRIOUS

All the other statues and drawings of your illustrious kinsman are at your disposal.

Beneath were the illustrious dead; around were the illustrious living.

There was but one feeling,—that England had lost one of her most illustrious statesmen.

The aged and illustrious man had done what the poor boy refused to do.

Joseph afterward was an illustrious specimen of this disposition.

Asked how he knew that an elephant was going on a journey, the illustrious Jo.

His errand was not of enough importance to trouble so illustrious a man.

He was another friend, and even a relative, of the "illustrious master."

Of these one of the first and most illustrious was Francis Xavier.

I hope it is deserving the acceptance of the illustrious Caeri.

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