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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenlighteneden‧light‧ened /ɪnˈlaɪtənd/ adjective  1 INTELLIGENTsomeone with enlightened attitudes has sensible modern views and treats people fairly and kindlyenlightened attitude/approach etc ‘Empowerment’ is the new buzz-word in enlightened management circles.2 INTELLIGENTshowing a good understanding or knowledge of something syn informed We don’t actually know, but I can make an enlightened guess.
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enlightenedIn company such as this, the Garotter's Act must almost seem enlightened.What are our enlightened descendants going to do about the fourth element, Earth?The Two Brewers pub is indeed an enlightened establishment, encouraging such a highclass canine clientele.An enlightened paternalist, he was happier in his relations with the students and shaped the careers of many of them.Imagine a relatively just government ruling over a relatively morally enlightened population.Apple promotes itself as an enlightened, progressive company.enlightened readersThey have a more enlightened view on access for a start.enlightened attitude/approach etcPart of the reason for this enlightened attitude is the lesson of the past.
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