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Synonyms for light

pale

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ignite

come to light

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light something up

shed or throw light on something

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digestible

light on or upon something: settle

light on or upon something: come across

light out

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electromagnetic radiation that makes vision possible

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the act of physically illuminating or the condition of being filled with light

the particular angle from which something is considered

the faculty of seeing

to cause to burn or undergo combustion

to provide, cover, or fill with light

to make lively or animated

of a light color or complexion

having little weight; not heavy

of small intensity

requiring little effort or exertion

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amusing but essentially empty and frivolous

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free from care or worry

marked by an absence of conventional restraint in sexual behavior; sexually unrestrained

to come to rest on the ground

light on: to find or meet by chance

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a particular perspective or aspect of a situation

an illuminated area

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a condition of spiritual awareness

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the visual effect of illumination on objects or scenes as created in pictures

a person regarded very fondly

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having abundant light or illumination

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mental understanding as an enlightening experience

merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance

public awareness

a divine presence believed by Quakers to enlighten and guide the soul

a visual warning signal

begin to smoke

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to come to rest, settle

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fall to somebody by assignment or lot

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of comparatively little physical weight or density

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(used of color) having a relatively small amount of coloring agent

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of the military or industry

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not great in degree or quantity or number

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psychologically light

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characterized by or emitting light

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(used of vowels or syllables) pronounced with little or no stress

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easily assimilated in the alimentary canal

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(used of soil) loose and large-grained in consistency

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(of sound or color) free from anything that dulls or dims

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moving easily and quickly

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demanding little effort

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of little intensity or power or force

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(physics, chemistry) not having atomic weight greater than average

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weak and likely to lose consciousness

very thin and insubstantial

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marked by temperance in indulgence

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less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so

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having little importance

intended primarily as entertainment

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silly or trivial

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designed for ease of movement or to carry little weight

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having relatively few calories

(of sleep) easily disturbed

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casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior

with few burdens

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References in periodicals archive ?
05) with a closer average distance to the light stimulus were determined to be more attractive.
Even in the light stimulus and microswitch set-up reported by Spirduso (14), they found faster SRTs and MTs in their young active population, which may be appropriately represented by the Kinesiology student population in the current study; yet the task itself was not as difficult.
There is a phototransistor (L-93DP3C, Kingbright, Taiwan) used for the detection of a light stimulus.
Al-though it is expected that this proposed lighting solution will help healthy older adults sleep better, the exact amount of light needed to impact the circadian systems of those with ADRD is not known because they may have a reduced response to the light stimulus.
Stimulus intensity was measured at a distance of 2 cm from the projected image of the light stimulus on the vertical wall at the end of the maze arm (phototaxis experiments).
Also we will develop a system to evaluate the people in sitting position by measuring the stability behavior with light stimulus in known or unknown environment conditions and also to measure the thermal gradient develop into human body during working activities correlated with ergonomic aspects of working places.
Flicker fusion frequencies were determined by using five-second sinusoidal light stimulus trains, followed by five seconds of darkness.
If photochromes get their name because they change colour in response to a light stimulus, then this optical response should provide the means to write, read and erase the digital data.
Prompt constriction to the light stimulus should be noted.
Last night, Dr Watt, senior lecturer in the Department of Public Health at Glasgow University, said: "Where there is a flickering light stimulus as there is during fast action scenes being shown in a darkened cinema, then film makers should recognise this and they should incorporate a warning before the film comes on screen that it could affect the health of those who suffer from epilepsy.
The dark-adapted eye becomes more sensitive to the effects of light stimulus.
As the parameters of the light reflex may reflect both the intensity of the light stimulus and the age of the subject, two-factor analyses of variance (ANOVA) were also performed (age group x light intensity as a within-subject factor).
The NPi([TM])-100 Pupillometer uses infrared imaging technology to measure the pupil's response to light stimulus, removing subjectivity and variability in the measurement of pupil size and the pupillary light reflex.
Its efficiency was such that gas bubbles emerged as soon as it was under a light stimulus.
No light stimulus evoked a descent response in Euhaplorchis that was significantly greater than the control (darkness) ([F.