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enlightened
used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

6 uses
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Definition
having or receiving important knowledge or understanding — (sometimes a spiritual belief)

or:

free of false beliefs based on superstition or prejudice
  • These men intended to take you to a school called the Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened.
    p. 114.7
  • Within minutes they would be admitted to the Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened, and they were apprehensive.
    p. 148.8
  • Printed upon the banner, in letters large enough to be read from the mainland, was the word LIVE — an acronym, obviously, for the Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened.
    p. 150.0
  • Welcome to the Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened!
    p. 178.2
  • Here at the Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened," Mr. Curtain boomed, writing the name out on a chalkboard and circling all the capital letters, "we show our students how to L.I.V.E.!"
    p. 178.6
  • The Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened was unlike other schools.
    p. 187.1

There are no more uses of "enlightened" in The Mysterious Benedict Society.

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