They are pressure cookers that often illuminate the character and abilities of even the most scripted candidates.
In Nixon Agonistes, Garry Wills uses poker in the World War II Navy to illuminate the character of our 37th president.
Regardless of what one calls it, this perspective helps to illuminate some puzzling aspects of the current circumstances.
Herewith are six scenes that illuminate just how much the movies have in common.
Activists with flashlights should illuminate “vampires—foreign agents.”
The numerous lights suspended across the windows of the school, continued to illuminate the dark street.
The first faint touch of autumn colour was beginning to illuminate their foliage.
The mercury-vapor light, which is used to illuminate the room, is immediately above the balance for weighing absorbers.
No, but put a sky-light on top of his head to illuminate inwards.
Pressley pointed to the east, where a sort of inner glow seemed to illuminate the haze and make it thinner and more penetrable.
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.