see the light

VERB
  1. change for the better
    The lazy student promised to reform
    the habitual cheater finally saw the light
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How To Use see the light In A Sentence

  • But music proved good therapy too, and she and Cafiso started looking around for simpatico band members in the hope that their album might eventually see the light of day.
  • But we saw pictures earlier today through that glass window of the officials there holding up the cards one-by-one, trying to look through the perforations to see if they could see the light.
  • This selection of peep-toe boots, high-heeled Oxfords and studded short boots (I'm sorry, Gucci, but eww) should not see the light of day.
  • From her vantage upon the cliff, she could see the lights of the town where she had once lived.
  • The tragedy is that, like many of Egypt's undiscovered secrets, some of these items will never see the light of day.
  • They could travel from one end of the city to the other and never see the light of day.
  • “I can see the lighthouse on the island,” she said at the top with one long leg hooked over the crosspiece which supported a lantern. THE FORBIDDEN GAME
  • We finally made him see the light.
  • We see the lights of the houses that surround the garden.
  • They were Indians, though I could see the light from the few lanterns gleaming off their white chests.
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