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Things illustrious often describes (“illustrious ________”)
men, family, names, man, name, career, house, father, dead, example, friend, persons, son, families, predecessor, personages, ancestors, predecessors, author, prince, examples, personage, person, ancestor, birth, guest, line, company, statesman, lady, guests, king, sons, citizens, master, characters, poet, descent, members, history, race, brother, character, founder, chief, visitors, citizen, visitor, past, philosopher, writers, writer, leader, member, friends, ancestry, prisoner, deeds, lineage, general, countryman, houses, figures, husband, contemporaries, scholar, scholars, hero, victim, city, actions, virtue, heroes, rank, exile, duke, grandfather, lord, victims, assembly, statesmen, leaders, commander, warrior, lordship, patriot, pupil, monarch, uncle, princes, poets, subject, stranger, president

How illustrious often is described (“________ illustrious”)
most, least, carrier, british, new, very, more, aircraftcarrier

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See illustrious used in context: 2 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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