verb (used with object), il·lumed, il·lum·ing. Archaic.
Origin of illume
Related formsun·il·lumed, adjective
Examples from the Web for illume
I admired the condensed wisdom of this, but, like experience, it only serves to illume the path over which I have passed.Adopting An Abandoned Farm|Kate Sanborn
Even if you have only one light for ten darknesses, it will be enough to illume them all.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2|Elizabeth Bisland
Three candles that illume every darkness: truth, nature, knowledge.Ancient Irish Poetry|Various
Live in the sunshine, don't live in the gloom, Carry some gladness the world to illume.The Optimist's Good Morning|Florence Hobart Perin
Even so will it be with England; ere ten centuries have rolled away, her sun-like splendour will illume a western world.