The correct answer is portray.
B. establish limits
The correct answer is C. To portray in words; to represent in drawing or painting; to illuminate (manuscripts); to describe.
Limn comes from lymne, a variation of Middle English luminer (to illuminate [manuscripts]). Latin illuminare (to brighten, adorn)
Examples of use:
- Try to limn the seascape in a few hundred words.
- The monk toiled for months to limn the manuscripts.