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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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BEIRUT: A labor union Wednesday announced a protest for this week in Beirut to call on the government to take action against the scandals which have been brought to light and address the socio-economic crisis.
For everyone's sake the truth must be brought to light.
This for a man who accepted pounds 100,000 without saying a word and then saying he forgot to mention the money when brought to light.
Several tragic accidents recently brought to light the dangers of mining.
Carr explained that the war on terrorism has brought to light limitations to officer personnel management that officials just hadn't contemplated.
The shootings at Red Lake High School this spring brought to light some ugly statistics: Suicide among Native American youth is roughly 2.5 times higher than the national rate; alcohol-related deaths among this population between ages 15 to 24 are 17 times higher than national averages; and Native Americans' 35.5 percent school dropout rate is twice the U.S.
The death threats, the fact that Aaron considered leaving baseball, his health problems and other racial issues are brought to light. Stanton also explores Willie Mays's jealousy, Dusty Baker's appreciation, the importance of Aaron's African American backing, and how Aaron continues to support the hiring of more minority managers in baseball.
It was a very exciting evening and I am so pleased that the event has now been brought to light.
A sole mad-cow case in the United States recently brought to light the inefficiencies that mere tie-on ear tags for cattle can create.
The Foreign Missions office was created in 1982 by an act of Congress meant to prevent diplomatic abuses--largely brought to light by many complaints of diplomats violating motor vehicle laws.
MY RESPONSE TO YOUR ARTICLE ON THE "AFRO-LATINO Connection" [February 2004]: It's about time this subject is brought to light!
In the September 15, 1997 issue, we brought to light undercover ATF agent Carol Howe's prior warnings to "her federal supervisors that subjects of her investigation were planning to bomb federal buildings, including the one in Oklahoma City." Her direct ATF supervisor, we noted, was Agent Angela Finley-Graham, who said that Howe "was the key in identifying individuals at Elohim City, which is tied to the OKC bomb case." We also reported that Carol Howe warned her supervisors that Strassmeir had "joined with a notorious Aryan/KKK leader from Tulsa to case the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City as a potential target." That notorious KKK leader was Dennis Mahon, who, we said, was one of Andreas Strassmeir's closest friends.
The field can boast of a number of true masterpieces as well, which recent scholarship and more sensitive readings have brought to light. Special emphasis must be laid here upon Mazouer's exhaustive bibliography, which also attests to the burgeoning importance of the field.