Whenever Stout shone his flashlight beam into one of the rooms, it illuminated stacks of mortar shells and explosives.
A moment ago the drawing-room had seemed empty; Mrs. Luke, in her sole person, filled and illuminated it.
Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol illuminated the transformative power of context and the process of reproduction.
It has also illuminated its best hope for true freedom, real equality, and vital democracy.
Ambrosio tweeted about the early wake-up call and posted a photo to Instagram of the illuminated venue.
He held the lamp down and illuminated a smudge of blood like the mark of a boot-sole upon the wooden sill.
This illuminated the entire room, but in a partial and dismal manner.
There is the glory of the illuminated forest, and on this side the long shadows of the trees upon the hills.
His face, with its "illuminated," exalted look, scarcely changed.
The long aqueduct was illuminated from top to bottom, as was also the cathedral tower, and every house in the city.
c.1500, "to light up, shine on," a back-formation from illumination, or else from Latin illuminatus, past participle of illuminare (see illumination). Earlier was enlumyen (late 14c.) "decorate written material with gold, silver, bright colors," from Old French enluminer, from Late Latin inluminare; also illumine (late 14c.). Related: Illuminated; illuminating.