verb (used with object), il·lumed, il·lum·ing.Archaic.
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OTHER WORDS FROM illumeun·il·lumed, adjective
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Perhaps Betty might marry in some sensible way that would be for the best, and this visit at Hartford would illume all her life.A Little Girl in Old Boston|Amanda Millie Douglas
Victorious, on, victorious!Proud beacon onward haste;Till floods of light all glorious,Illume the moral waste.The Liberty Minstrel|George W. Clark
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
How like a sun-flash they sometimes illume what else were forever mystery-shrouded!Rose Clark|Fanny Fern
Three candles that illume every darkness: truth, nature, knowledge.Ancient Irish Poetry|Various