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illuminative

adjective il·lu·mi·na·tive \i-ˈlü-mə-ˌnā-tiv\

Definition of ILLUMINATIVE

:  of, relating to, or producing illumination :  illuminating

Examples of ILLUMINATIVE

  1. <illuminative descriptions of the sights to be seen from the observatory gave us a much better idea of what we were looking at>

First Known Use of ILLUMINATIVE

1644

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