Mary would have to wait for hers, for it did not occur to him that it would be possible to illumine Mary's hut before his own.
The sun shone on Chepe; he only asked that it should illumine the page he read.
The fire, now burnt down, threw out only a pale light, scarce strong enough to illumine the group that stood near its edge.
One knows not at what hour God may touch and illumine his or another's heart.
They are a devouring force; they illumine, but they burn; they have the right to be unique in their being and in their work.
He opened it a little, that the light might illumine the passage.
It was on such occasions that the man of intellect revived to ennoble and illumine everything.
To-morrow's sun will illumine the joyous hospitality of Barcelona.
These names (and Diana, too) come from the root div, 'to shine,' 'to illumine.'
Your worship comes to this, your house, like the sun, to illumine it.