Saturday, November 12, 2016
the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible.
"the light of the sun"
synonyms: illumination, brightness, luminescence, luminosity, shining, gleaming, gleam, brilliance, radiance, luster, glowing, glow, blaze, glare, dazzle; More
understanding of a problem or mystery; enlightenment.
"she saw light dawn on the woman's face"
synonyms: aspect, angle, slant, approach, interpretation, viewpoint, standpoint, context, hue, complexion More
provide with light or lighting; illuminate.
"the room was lighted by a number of small lamps"
synonyms: make bright, brighten, illuminate, lighten, throw/cast light on, shine on, irradiate; More
make (something) start burning; ignite.
"Allen gathered sticks and lit a fire"
synonyms: set alight, set light to, set burning, set on fire, set fire to, put/set a match to, ignite, kindle, spark (off)
"Alan lit the kindling"
having a considerable or sufficient amount of natural light; not dark.
"the bedrooms are light and airy"
synonyms: bright, full of light, well lit, well illuminated, sunny
"a light, cheerful room"
(of a color) pale.
"her eyes were light blue"
synonyms: light-colored, light-toned, pale, pale-colored, pastel
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