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Synonyms for lit

Synonyms for lit

the humanistic study of a body of literature

provided with artificial light

set afire or burning

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During the trial, Watson claimed: "I didn't have anything to do with the disappearance of Lise.
Lise has something else in mind altogether: she is looking for the man she wants to kill her.
La these defendue par Lise Schreier peut etre, cependant, questionnee selon d'autres points de vue.
What my friends didn't understand (it bothered my parents and our pastor too) was that I had to spend most of my free time with Lise, if she was going to trust me enough to be saved.
Posing as a socialite, she hooks up with the Florida-bound Fitch family, a kind of manufacturer-of-everything dynasty, Liz becomes Lise and quickly bags playboy Lance Fitch (Matt Cavenaugh).
The principal character of Romance is twenty-four-year-old Lise Imbert, a professional translator, who is in love--or so she thinks--with a psychiatrist, Yves Morand.
La revision sistematica de las Leguminosae del Herbario de la Universidad de Coimbra (COI) y, con menor frecuencia, de otros herbarios (ELVE, LISE, LISI, LISU, PO) nos ha posibilitado presentar 52 nuevas citas portuguesas, correspondientes a 38 taxones incluidos en el volumen VII(II) de Flora iberica (Castroviejo et al.
Special guests included Quebec's lieutenant-governor, Lise Thibeault, and the primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, Andrew Hutchison, who preached to a congregation of more than 300 at the rededication service on Aug.
Lise Villameur established a small resistance network in Poitiers.
Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture in a monster show of their brand of dynamic, organically inspired architecture and design
Edited by Janet Moore Lindman and Michele Lise Tarter (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2001.
IT was supposed to be the intimate holiday when shamed TV star Angus Deayton patched up his tattered relationship with girlfriend Lise Meyer.
The report was prepared by Katya Duvalko, Department of Health Policy University of Toronto, Patricia Baranek, Health Services Policy and Research Consultant, University of Toronto, Lise Lamothe, Department of Health Administration, University of Montreal and Kent Rondeau, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta.
WENT on holiday with her and his pregnant partner Lise Meyer and brazenly begged her for sex.