Another word for light
Electromagnetic radiation that makes vision possible:illumination. See light
The act of physically illuminating or the condition of being filled with light:illumination, lighting. See light
The particular angle from which something is considered:angle2, aspect, facet, frame of reference, hand, phase, regard, respect, side. See perspective
The faculty of seeing:eye, eyesight, seeing, sight, vision. See see
To cause to burn or undergo combustion:enkindle, fire, ignite, kindle. (Slang) torch. Idioms: set afire (or on fire), set fire to. See hot, start
To provide, cover, or fill with light:illume, illuminate, illumine, lighten1. See light
To make lively or animated:animate, brighten, enliven. See happy
Having little weight; not heavy:lightweight, weightless. Idiom: light as a feather. See heavy
Of small intensity:gentle, moderate, slight, soft. See strong
Requiring little effort or exertion:easy, moderate. See easy
Amusing but essentially empty and frivolous:frothy. See surface
Free from care or worry:blithe, carefree, debonair, lighthearted. See careful, happy
Marked by an absence of conventional restraint in sexual behavior; sexually unrestrained:easy, fast, libertine, loose, wanton, whorish. See sex
To set upon with violent force:aggress, assail, assault, attack, beset, fall on (or upon), go at, have at, sail into, storm, strike. (Informal) pitch into. See attack
To find or meet by chance:bump into, chance on (or upon), come across, come on (or upon), find, happen on (or upon), run across, run into, stumble on (or upon), tumble on. (Archaic) alight on (or upon). Idiom: meet up with. See meet
Another word for light
Having little content
Having gaiety and spirit
Having little weight
airy, fluffy, feathery, imponderable, slender, downy, floating, lighter than air, light as air, floatable, gossamery, light as a feather, frothy, buoyant, easy, dainty, filmy, veil-like, tissuelike, thin, sheer, gaseous, effervescent, unsubstantial, insubstantial, ethereal, graceful, charming, weightless, atmospheric; see also volatile 1.
Small in quantity or number
wee, small, tiny, minute, thin, inadequate, minuscule, insufficient, hardly enough, not much, hardly any, not many, slender, scanty, slight, moderate, puny, sparse, fragmentary, fractional, shredlike; see also dainty 1, few.
The condition opposed to darkness
radiance, luminous energy, luminosity, brilliance, splendor, irradiation, glare, brightness, clearness, lightness, brilliancy, coruscation, incandescence, scintillation, shine, fulgor, refulgence, emanation, lucency, luster, sheen, sparkle, glitter, glow, glimmer, glister, effulgence, resplendence, flood of light, blare, radiation, gleam.
Emanations from a source of light
A source of light
Basis for understanding
with knowledge of, because of, in view of, in consideration of; see considering.
To provide light
illuminate, illumine, illume, lighten, give light to, shine upon, furnish with light, light up, turn on the electricity, make a light, make visible, provide adequate illumination, provide adequate candlepower, turn on a light, switch on a light, floodlight, throw light upon, make bright, flood with light, animate, fill with light, irradiate; see also brighten 1.
To cause to ignite
To become ignited
To come to rest from flight or travel