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Definition of "illuminating" []

  • Present participle of illuminate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "illuminating" in a sentence
  • "I mean, we now know that they weren't laser - designated bombs, and so, therefore, that takes, if you like, one person out of the loop: The forward air controller on the ground would not have not been designating the targets, but they would have been what they call illuminating them."
  • "As far as I'm concerned, Ron writes some of the best reviews around, online or off, and this one is right up there in illuminating not only how a text works, but in offering a clear understanding of its context - literary, historical, philosophical, psychological, sociological."
  • "Updike would have reviewers close their eyes and zip their lips, where they should be keen of sight and articulate in illuminating the book and its context ...."
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