Definition of irradiate:
release, sort out, shine, move, cure, bring back, exhale, ray, discharge, anaesthetize, bathe, blaze, expire, send, crystallize, homogenize, shed, elucidate, edify, catheterize, flash-freeze, freeze, cauterize, glare, can, brighten, expel, gleam, catch the light, shed light on, vent, anesthetize, attend, dehydrate, lighten, project, cast, throw out, throw, clear, emit, straighten out, flash, evolve, bottle, issue, clear up, illuminate, illumine, enlighten, crystalise, bleed, crystalize, bandage, beacon, sparkle, bypass, flare, give out, crystallise, shoot, radiate, emanate, illume, glow, catch, dehydration, dry, emblaze, light.
The new ideas become the centre of attention, the whole world begins to appear in a new light, everything which was harmless becomes full of meaning and suggestion, new problems awake, and the new ideas irradiate over the whole mental mechanism.- "Psychology and Social Sanity", Hugo Münsterberg.
- "The Short Works of George Meredith", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
And since the advent of his niece, with her youth and brightness, and above all, affection- which he had seen growing day by day to irradiate his life- the necessity of getting rid entirely and completely of this fateful horror had been growing upon him more and more.- "The Heath Hover Mystery", Bertram Mitford.