Illustrous

Il`lus´trous


a.1.Without luster.
References in classic literature ?
Thus ADAM his illustrous Guest besought: And thus the Godlike Angel answerd milde.
It's one which nobody in the club's illustrous 125-year history has previously enjoyed.
Known as the Hit Man, Bret Hart won 14 titles during an illustrous wrestling career, but after his retirement, he suffered a stroke in 2002, from which he is now mostly recovered.
That's not what Dennis Erickson planned when he took over the Sun Devils, and could he be looking at consecutive losing seasons for the first time in an illustrous coaching career?
The half-back pairing of Danny Care and Nick Evans has proved adept at getting a talented backline moving, and the scavenging back row will stand up to the illustrous names in the Stade side.
Only 1,355 of the medals have been awarded during its illustrous history - including to brave Welsh servicemen.
Samvat 157 should have mentioned him if there were an illustrous king
It's an echo of Giggs' illustrous predecessor George Best, the richest player of his generation.
Upon the decease of this illustrous marshal, voices of praise and regret ascended, in mingled chorus, from the banks of the Rhine, the Danube, and the Vistula.