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light
Definition:
To give light to; to illuminate; to fill with light; to spread over with light; -- often with up.

Synonyms:

adjective
airy
fragile, graceful, lofty, ventilated, visionary, lightest, loftier, drafty, pneumatic, uncluttered, Light-hearted, out of doors, out-of-doors, well-ventilated.
all
light.
amusing
comical.
blond
Asher.
blond, fair
bleached, faded, light-skinned, pale, pastel, fair-skinned, light-hued, light-toned, tow-headed.
bright
glittering, glossy, lustrous, mirrorlike, radiant, aglow, auroral, fulgid, lucent, moonlit, phosphorescent, silvery, sunlit, Relucent.
dilute
Waterish.
diluted
thin.
dissolute
lascivious, lax, lecherous, sybaritic, wayward, on the take, night owl, nighthawk, high living, gone bad, in the fast lane.
dizzy
hazy, shaky, staggering, tipsy, unsteady, vertiginous, weak-kneed, blinded, Reeling, slap-happy, off balance, up set, weak in the knees, weak knees.
downy
fleecy, featherlike, plumate, plumose, pubescent, velvety, Velutinous.
facile
shallow, shallower, flipper, fast talk.
fast
flirtatious, gadabout, incontinent, indecent, sportive, self-gratifying.
fluffy
downy.
funny, cheery
amusing, animated, blithe, carefree, cheerful, chipper, chirpy, diverting, dizzy, entertaining, fickle, flighty, giddy, high, humorous, lighthearted, lively, merry, perky, pleasing, up, upbeat, witty, sunny-side up, gay.
illuminated
ablaze, aglow, bright, brilliant, burnished, clear, cloudless, flashing, fluorescent, glossy, glowing, lambent, lucent, luminous, lustrous, phosphorescent, polished, radiant, refulgent, resplendent, rich, scintillant, shining, shiny, sunny, unclouded, vivid, well-lighted, unobscured, well-lit.
inconsiderable
inconsiderable, of no account.
light
airy, buoyant, delicate, feathery, gossamer, weightless.
light-haired
blond.
little
junior, least, tiny, wee, inconsequent, mini, shrimpy, smallish, Toyer, hardly any, not big, not large, snubber, under-sized.
lively
jaunty.
loose
swinging.
mild
pacific, demulcent, ho-hum, lenitive, ho hum, hohum, nothing much.
not heavy
agile, airy, atmospheric, buoyant, crumbly, dainty, delicate, downy, easy, effervescent, ethereal, featherweight, feathery, filmy, flimsy, floating, fluffy, friable, frothy, graceful, inconsequential, insubstantial, light-footed, lightweight, lithe, little, loose, meager, nimble, petty, porous, portable, sandy, sheer, slender, slight, small, spongy, sprightly, sylphlike, thin, trifling, trivial, unsubstantial, weightless, Floatable, Gossamery, Imponderous, tissuelike, unheavy.
plumed
feathery.
simple
self-explanatory, Incomplex, not difficult.
simple, easy
effortless, facile, manageable, smooth, undemanding, unexacting, untroublesome, untaxing.
small in amount, content
casual, digestible, faint, fractional, fragmentary, frivolous, frugal, gentle, inadequate, inconsiderable, indistinct, insignificant, insufficient, mild, minor, minuscule, minute, moderate, modest, puny, restricted, scanty, shoestring, soft, sparse, superficial, tiny, unimportant, weak, wee, not much, not many, hardly any, hardly enough, not rich.
soft
shaded, understated, softer, low key.
towheaded
tow-headed.
unimportant
minute, small.
washy
washy.
white
alabaster, eggshell, hoary, ivory, lily-white, milk-white, milky, pearly, platinum, silvery, snow-white, snowy, white, Lactescent, frosted, creamy.
adverb
all
light, lightly.
noun
appearance
face.
beam
ray.
blonde
Albinos, Leucous, Stramineous, strawberries, blonds, platinums, sallows.
cognition
light.
communication
light.
context, point of view; understanding
angle, approach, aspect, attitude, awareness, comprehension, condition, education, elucidation, enlightenment, example, exemplar, explanation, illustration, information, insight, interpretation, knowledge, model, paragon, standing, vantage point, viewpoint, slant.
day
daytime, sidereal day, sunlight, sunshine, working day, daytimes, sunlights, light of day, astronomical day, dawn-to-dark, diurnal course, nautical day, sunrise-to-sunset.
daylight
during the day.
digestible
edible, moderate, slight.
electricity
electron, galvanism, hot stuff, ignition, juice, voltage, Electrons, ignitions, voltages, ACS, DCS, electromagneticism, magneticism.
iridescence
opalescence, opalescences.
knowledge
inside story, knowhow.
light
beam, blaze, brightness, brilliance, flash, gleam, glint, glitter, glow, illumination, incandescence, lucidity, luminousness, luster, radiation, scintillation, shine, sparkle.
light source
arc lamp, beacon, candle, fire, flame, flare, flashlight, floodlight, floor lamp, headlight, jack-o'-lantern, klieg light, lamp, lantern, light bulb, mercury-vapor lamp, moon, moonbeam, oil lamp, pilot light, searchlight, spotlight, star, street lamp, sun, table lamp, taper, torch, Illuminator, Tungsten lamp, desk light, fluorescent light, incandescent light, neon light.
location
light.
luminescence from sun or other source
aurora, beacon, blaze, brightness, brilliance, brilliancy, bulb, candle, coruscation, dawn, daybreak, daylight, daytime, effulgence, emanation, flare, flash, glare, gleam, glimmer, glint, glitter, glow, illumination, incandescence, irradiation, lambency, lamp, lantern, lighthouse, luminosity, luster, morn, morning, phosphorescence, radiance, radiation, ray, refulgence, scintillation, sheen, shine, sparkle, splendor, star, sun, sunbeam, sunrise, sunshine, taper, torch, window, Fulgor.
luminosity
fluorescence, iridescence, luminance, fluorescences.
mirror image
reflection.
person
light.
phenomenon
light, visible light, visible radiation.
pillar
tower of strength, upholder, Guider, Worthies, upholders, guiders.
point of view
side.
side
phase.
wanton
carnal, immodest, indecent, lewd, sensual.
verb
heat
warmth.
ignite
burn, ignite, inflame, kindle.
illuminate
animate, brighten, cast, fire, flood, floodlight, highlight, ignite, illume, illumine, inflame, irradiate, kindle, light up, lighten, limelight, spot, spotlight, switch on, put on, turn on, furnish with light, make bright, make visible.
light
flood, fluoresce, illuminate, incandesce, radiate, scintillate, spot.
possession
fall, light.
start on fire
burn, enkindle, flame, set on fire, spark, set fire to, strike a match.
step down; land
alight, arrive, come down, deplane, detrain, disembark, drop, get down, perch, rest, roost, set down, settle, settle down, sit, stop, touch down, sit down, fly down.
Examples of usage:
  1. You see, she never thought of it in that light before. – Christmas Every Day and Other Stories by W. D. Howells
  2. I will get a light, and you need not stay long." – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
  3. She came down into the light. – My Man Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
  4. Stand more in the light, please. – Ralph Granger's Fortunes by William Perry Brown
  5. Come to me for your money and light out when you like. – The Lure of the North by Harold Bindloss

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