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Another word for light

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Noun
  1. Electromagnetic radiation that makes vision possible

    See also:

    light

  2. The act of physically illuminating or the condition of being filled with light

    See also:

    light

  3. The particular angle from which something is considered

      1. The place, position, or direction from which an object is presented to view:
      2. A member of a Germanic tribe first mentioned by Tacitus, one of several which invaded Britain and merged to become the Anglo-Saxons.
      3. The shape made by two straight lines meeting at a common point, the vertex, or by two planes meeting along an edge
      1. The configuration of the stars, constellations, or planets in relation to one another.
      2. A side facing in a given direction; exposure
      3. The side of an object, such as an organ, that is facing in a particular direction.
      1. Any of the small, polished plane surfaces of a cut gem
      2. (Anat.) Any small, smooth surface on a bone or other hard part
      3. One of the flat polished surfaces cut on a gemstone or occurring naturally on a crystal.
      1. A set of assumptions, ideas and standards that form a viewpoint from which philosophical, religious and other ideas may be evaluated
      2. A set of ideas, as of philosophical or religious doctrine, in terms of which other ideas are interpreted or assigned meaning.
      3. (Physics) a set of axes which enable an observer to measure the position and motion of all bodies in some system relative to the reference frame
      1. A portion or section of a game during which all the cards dealt out are played:
      2. A side, direction, or position indicated by one hand or the other
      3. The hand as a symbol of its grasping or gripping function
      1. An aspect; a part:
      2. (Astronomy) One of the cyclically recurring apparent shapes of the visibly illuminated portion of the moon or a planet.
      3. The relative configuration, measured in angular units such as degrees or radians, of two orbiting bodies that periodically eclipse.
      1. Good wishes expressing such sentiment:
      2. A particular point or aspect; respect:
      3. One's concern for another; esteem. [from 16th c.]
      1. The state of being regarded with honor or esteem:
      2. Consideration or appreciation:
      3. A particular point or detail
      1. Any aspect or phase as contrasted with another or others
      2. One of two or more contrasted parts or places within an area, identified by its location with respect to a center:
      3. A distinct aspect:
    See also:

    perspective

  4. The faculty of seeing

      1. Attention:
      2. A choice center cut of meat, as of beef:
      3. A brood.
      1. View or the range of vision
      2. The power of seeing; sight; vision
      3. The faculty of sight; vision.
      1. The clarity of focus of an image in a telescope, measured by the angular size of a single star in that image.
      2. The sense or power of sight; vision
      3. The act of using the eyes to see
      1. (Informal) Any person or thing of a strikingly unpleasant or unusual appearance
      2. Field of vision:
      3. A device used to assist aim by guiding the eye, as on a firearm or surveying instrument.
      1. The faculty of sight; eyesight:
      2. The mystical experience of seeing something that is not in fact present to the eye or is supernatural.
      3. The act or power of seeing with the eye; sense of sight
    See also:

    see

Verb
  1. To cause to burn or undergo combustion

  2. To provide, cover, or fill with light

    See also:

    light

  3. To make lively or animated

    See also:

    happy

  4. To come to rest on the ground

    See also:

    move

Adjective
  1. Of a light color or complexion

    See also:

    colors

  2. Having little weight; not heavy

      1. Having no significance or influence:
      2. (Sports) Of, relating to, or characteristic of a lightweight:
      3. Weighing relatively little; not heavy:
      1. Existing in a state of equilibrium within a fluid
      2. Having little or no apparent weight
      3. Falling freely through a gravitational field, without apparent gravitational effects, as everything does inside an orbiting spacecraft
    See also:

    heavy

  3. Of small intensity

    See also:

    strong

  4. Requiring little effort or exertion

      1. Plentiful and therefore at low interest rates:
      2. Affording comfort or relief; soothing:
      3. Not steep or abrupt; gradual:
      1. Opposed to radical or extreme views or measures, especially in politics or religion.
      2. Of average or medium quality, amount, scope, range, etc.
      3. Being within reasonable limits; not excessive or extreme:
    See also:

    easy

  5. Amusing but essentially empty and frivolous

    See also:

    surface

  6. Free from care or worry

    See also:

    careful

    happy

  7. Marked by an absence of conventional restraint in sexual behavior; sexually unrestrained

      1. Requiring or exhibiting little effort or endeavor; undemanding:
      2. Affording comfort or relief; soothing:
      3. Not steep or abrupt; gradual:
      1. Lasting; permanent:
      2. (Slang) Acting, gotten, done, etc. quickly and often dishonestly
      3. Living in a reckless, wild, dissipated way
      1. Morally unrestrained; licentious
      1. Not tight; giving enough room
      2. Not strained or hard
      3. (Informal) Relaxed; easy; unconstrained
      1. Reckless; extremely careless; acting with utter disregard for others; implies conduct that is beyond mere negligence. In criminal law, malicious or malevolent intent. Reckless; extremely careless; acting with utter disregard for others; implies conduct that is beyond mere negligence. In criminal law, malicious or malevolent intent.
      2. Lascivious or promiscuous. Used especially of women.
      3. Exciting or expressing sexual desire:
      1. Of or characteristic of whores or a whore; lewd.
    See also:

    sex

Another word for light

Modifier
  1. Having little weight

    See also:

    volatile

Noun
  1. The condition opposed to darkness