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illumine to illuminate.
ill-use to treat cruelly or badly; mistreat. [2 definitions]
illusion a fantasy or idea that results in a mistaken perception of reality. [3 definitions]
illusionism in philosophy, the doctrine that the physical world is merely an illusion produced by the senses. [2 definitions]
illusionist a magician or other performer who creates perceptual illusions.
illusive of, pertaining to, or like an illusion; illusory.
illusory causing or being an illusion or illusions; unreal or deceptive.
illustrate to explain or clarify by giving examples or presenting a graphic representation. [3 definitions]
illustration a picture or drawing used to illustrate a book or other work, or such pictures collectively. [3 definitions]
illustrative serving as an illustration or example.
illustrator an artist who produces illustrations, as for books or advertisements.
illustrious highly renowned; celebrated; glorious.
ill will hostility or spite.
I'm contracted form of "I am".
im-1 in; into; on. [2 definitions]
im-2 not; without.
image a visual representation of something such as can be seen in a photograph, sculpture, or painting. [9 definitions]
imagery images, esp. figurative ones, in art or writing. [3 definitions]
imaginable possible to imagine; conceivable.
imaginary existing only in the imagination.
imagination the capacity of the mind to create, as by forming images of what does not literally exist.