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  • the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible.
    E.g. the light of the sun
  • an expression in someone's eyes indicating a particular emotion or mood.
    E.g. a shrewd light entered his eyes
  • understanding of a problem or mystery; enlightenment.
    E.g. she saw light dawn on the woman's face
  • an area of something that is brighter or paler than its surroundings.
    E.g. sunshine will brighten the natural lights in your hair
  • a device used to produce a flame or spark.
    E.g. he asked me for a light
  • a window or opening to let light in.
    E.g. the bedroom has a wide bay with leaded lights
  • a person eminent in a particular sphere of activity.
    E.g. volunteers have been the shining lights of the community
  • (in a crossword puzzle) a blank space to be filled by a letter.
  • provide with light or lighting; illuminate.
    E.g. the room was lit by a number of small lamps
  • make (something) start burning; ignite.
    E.g. Allen gathered sticks and lit a fire
  • having a considerable or sufficient amount of natural light; not dark.
    E.g. the bedrooms are light and airy
  • (of a colour) pale.
    E.g. her eyes were light blue
  • of little weight; not heavy.
    E.g. they are very light and portable
  • not strongly or heavily built or made.
    E.g. light, impractical clothes
  • relatively low in density, amount, or intensity.
    E.g. passenger traffic was light
  • (of food or a meal) small in quantity and easy to digest.
    E.g. a light supper
  • gentle or delicate.
    E.g. she planted a light kiss on his cheek
  • (of entertainment) requiring little mental effort; not profound or serious.
    E.g. pop is thought of as light entertainment
  • (of a woman) having many casual sexual encounters or relationships.
  • come upon or discover by chance.
    E.g. he lit on a possible solution
  • descend.
    E.g. from the horse he lit down

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