Verb(1) make lighter or brighter(2) make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear(3) add embellishments and paintings to (medieval manuscripts
(1) Each of these illuminati was paid $30,000 to attend the conference.(2) In the last year rumours drifted forth that the BBC illuminati had no intention of allowing either the Jubilee or the possible death of the Queen Mother to be a time with nothing but deferential respect.(3) They hosted a series of environmental soirÔö£┬«es at their studio to air important issues and Galen was always as well informed as anyone there, which included such illuminati as David Brower, Mark Dowie, and John McCosker.(4) Without attention spans we will never see what is really there and we will spend all of our time concerned with the ideas and things that the illuminati want us to waste our times with rather than seeing the bigger picture.(5) The danger is that the illuminati are cutting off their nose to spite their face.(6) No one is immune to the dollar sign, but the top illuminati can get it from many places, so the writing has to be on the page as well as on the checks.(7) There are a few weak-hearted souls who would like to raise the issue, but they recognize that the illuminati are not likely to entertain such a discussion any time soon.(8) Celebrities, journalists, and other illuminati have long gushed with admiration for Cuba's communist despot.(9) At the Vogue awards, she told the assembled industry illuminati : ├ö├ç├┐I would like to thank my mum - I give this to her.├ö├ç├û(10) some mysterious standard known only to the illuminati of the organization(11) Their names should be spoken among the illuminati of our culture.(12) He travels in stratospheric circles with crowned heads, presidents and various illuminati , glitterati and cognoscenti.(13) But for a band that usually only comes together in the studio and features a variety of the Boston metal illuminati , it must not have meant that much.(14) I do not want to upset the poker illuminati at the height of this fad.(15) At the moment the front runners are ├ö├ç├┐a crude Yank crashing the Brit party├ö├ç├û and a ├ö├ç├┐bunch of sinister and heavily armed globalist illuminati who seek to infect the entire world├ö├ç├û.(16) Also on hand will be two of Montreal's house music illuminati , Christian Pronovost and Jojoflores, so be prepared to work it all night!
(1) illuminate :: 照らします
2. decorate ::
3. clarify ::
4. illume ::
5. clear ::
Different Formsilluminate, illuminated, illuminates, illuminating
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