After which his enlightened colleague utters, “It just ate him.”
And the solution involves a re-education of males, including those of us who consider ourselves progressive and enlightened.
I taught him the Torah, he enlightened me as to the African-American tradition.
He was a dictator, to be sure, but also an enlightened reformer.
But now their country has an enlightened policy about paid leave.
After the death of his protector the enlightened was to perish also.
Listening to her I was no longer the enlightened, the creedless man.
It behoves an enlightened Government to do for the people and the country what they are unable to do for themselves.
Such were the remarks of my amiable and enlightened father-in-law!
Nicholas Longworth was neither an enlightened nor a public-spirited man; but, like most of his race, he was scrupulously honest.
1630s, "illuminated;" 1660s in the sense "well-informed;" past participle adjective from enlighten.