The Collaborative International Dictionary
Enlight \En*light"\, v. t. [Pref. en- + light. Cf. Enlighten.] To illumine; to enlighten. [R.]
Which from the first has shone on ages past,
Enlights the present, and shall warm the last.
vb. (context archaic transitive English) To illuminate.
Usage examples of "enlight".
Or you can be stripped of your rank and all pensions and financial accruals afforded therein, as well as the income from some rather valuable real estate in Munich, which in the opinion of any enlight ened court would be taken from you instantly.
We are not surrounded in our enlighted era by little slave flowers that can be casually plucked between business and bath as they used to be in the days of the Romans.
John Clifton, his giving a sample of the utility of lamps, by placing one at his door, that the people were first impress'd with the idea of enlighting all the city.