alphabet

Light

Synonyms for light:

Inner Light

inner light.

Light Within

light within.

Sense 4

shaft, dismal, side, wink, gutter, diffuse, sleek.

Sense 5

fan, stuffed, sight, polished, eye, aspect.

Sense 6

shade, pool.

Sense 7

hand, sleeper, weight, blink, flat.

Sense 8

quiet, go up, just.

Sense 9

fast, broken, load, moderate.

Sense 10

cast.

Sense 11

set, net.

Sense 12

touch, throw.

Sense 13

sound.

Sense 15

catch.

Sense 18

low, beat.

Sense 24

carry.

animated

sprightly.

aura

nimbus.

bleached

peroxide.

blonde

blond.

brightness

radiance, phosphorescence.

buoyant

floating.

cabin cruiser

cruiser.

corona

halo.

daylight

sunlight.

debonair

jaunty.

depart

get off.

descend

get down.

fanlight

skylight.

filmy

gauzy.

flimsy

unsubstantial, flimsy, tenuous.

float

buoy.

fooling

Fooling.

ignite

take fire, catch fire.

illume

shed light on.

illuminate

strike a light, irradiate.

jocular

facetious.

land

alight.

lighten

lighten.

light up

illumine.

luminosity

luminosity, iridescence.

moonlight

moonshine.

moonshine

moonlight.

pliable

springy.

point of view

viewpoint.

radiance

effulgence.

reflection

irradiation.

set on fire

ignite.

springy

wiry.

sunlight

sunshine.

thin

thin, rare.

trivial

frothy.

unconcerned

nonchalant.

woolly

downy.

Other synonyms and related words:

get down, luminary, enkindle, unstressed, enlighten, conflagrate, light-colored, lighten, frivolous, unaccented, eye, faint, luminosity, strike a light, featherbrained, light up, dawning, slender, sunup, irradiate, volatile, dawn, lightheaded, loose, eyesight, frothy, lighter, illumine, easy, electricity, sight, unsubstantial, sunrise, daybreak, lax, lightsome, aurora, brighten, igniter, flimsy, fair, illume, cockcrow, alight, daylight, lighthearted, weak, slight, thin, touch down.

airy (adjective)

graceful.

blond, fair (adjective)

pastel, faded, pale.

bright (adjective)

lucent, lustrous, phosphorescent, sunlit, radiant, glossy, silvery.

diluted (adjective)

thin.

dissolute (adjective)

lax.

downy (adjective)

featherlike.

facile (adjective)

shallow.

fluffy (adjective)

downy.

funny, cheery (adjective)

carefree, lighthearted, giddy, dizzy, blithe, animated.

illuminated (adjective)

lucent, ablaze, clear, brilliant, lambent, refulgent, unclouded, well-lighted, shiny, cloudless, lustrous, luminous, rich, glossy, bright, shining, polished, fluorescent, radiant, phosphorescent.

light (adjective)

delicate, weightless, gossamer, feathery, buoyant, airy.

light-haired (adjective)

blond.

lively (adjective)

jaunty.

loose (adjective)

swinging.

not heavy (adjective)

floating, agile, sandy, thin, slight, lithe, featherweight, feathery, airy, slender, unsubstantial, frothy, little, easy, dainty, friable, weightless, delicate, loose, meager, ethereal, buoyant, fluffy, downy, sprightly, flimsy, lightweight, light-footed, Gossamery, graceful, nimble.

plumed (adjective)

feathery.

simple, easy (adjective)

facile, effortless, smooth, undemanding.

small in amount, content (adjective)

faint, inadequate, insignificant, scanty, sparse, weak, casual, frugal, soft, digestible, unimportant, insufficient, gentle, frivolous, moderate, mild.

soft (adjective)

shaded.

washy (adjective)

washy.

white (adjective)

milky, eggshell, alabaster, platinum, snow-white, hoary, milk-white, ivory, snowy, silvery, pearly, Lactescent, lily-white, white.

all (adverb)

lightly.

Sense 1 (noun)

illuminated, bright, luminous, radiant.

Sense 2 (noun)

gleaming, shiny, rich, polished, glaring, brilliant.

Sense 3 (noun)

unimportant, frivolous, slight.

Sense 4 (noun)

pleasant, jaunty.

Sense 7 (noun)

hearty, sit down, alfresco, slap-up, frugal, set, satisfying, celebratory.

Sense 9 (noun)

disembark.

Sense 10 (noun)

little.

Sense 12 (noun)

frame of reference, side, phase, hand, facet, aspect.

Sense 13 (noun)

go up, eye, seeing, vision, eyesight, catch, sight.

Sense 14 (noun)

pale.

Sense 15 (noun)

radiance, dazzle, glare.

Sense 19 (noun)

noctambulism, somnambulist, broken, sleepyhead, dreamless, sleeping beauty, sleeper, deep.

Sense 20 (noun)

ray, daylight.

Sense 21 (noun)

just, disciplinary, lenient, sound, exemplary, carry, penal.

Sense 23 (noun)

dense, net, load, density, dead weight, counterweight.

Sense 24 (noun)

sodium, hurricane lamp, nightlight.

Sense 25 (noun)

piggy, voracious, full, unquenchable, greedy, stuffed, replete, gluttonous.

Sense 26 (noun)

muffled, low, muted, quietly, monotone, hushed, quiet.

Sense 27 (noun)

post-prandial, lunchtime, noonday.

appearance (noun)

face.

beam (noun)

ray.

context, point of view; understanding (noun)

elucidation, knowledge, viewpoint, aspect, comprehension.

day (noun)

sunshine, sunlight.

digestible (noun)

slight, moderate.

electricity (noun)

ignition.

light (noun)

glitter, blaze, beam, sparkle, lucidity, illumination, gleam, luminousness, flash, brilliance, luster, glow, radiation, shine, incandescence, brightness, glint, scintillation.

light source (noun)

neon light, flame, table lamp, moonbeam, incandescent light, candle, jack-o'-lantern, headlight, street lamp, moon, lantern, oil lamp, Illuminator, searchlight, pilot light, mercury-vapor lamp, spotlight, sun, star, floodlight, fire, floor lamp, torch, beacon, lamp, taper, desk light, klieg light, arc lamp, flashlight, flare, fluorescent light, Tungsten lamp, light bulb.

luminescence from sun or other source (noun)

glitter, daybreak, morn, sheen, beacon, torch, brightness, luminosity, scintillation, gleam, glare, flash, illumination, dawn, sunshine, candle, lamp, glint, morning, lantern, shine, effulgence, sunrise, radiation, blaze, glimmer, brilliance, sun, radiance, flare, star, glow, irradiation, taper, ray, aurora, coruscation, luster, incandescence, daylight, bulb, sparkle, brilliancy, phosphorescence.

luminosity (noun)

luminance, iridescence.

mirror image (noun)

reflection.

phenomenon (noun)

visible radiation, visible light.

point of view (noun)

side.

side (noun)

phase.

heat (verb)

warmth.

ignite (verb)

ignite, burn, inflame, kindle.

illuminate (verb)

floodlight, turn on, light up, illumine, ignite, brighten, illume, inflame, lighten, spot, spotlight, animate, cast, fire, flood, kindle, irradiate.

light (verb)

incandesce, fluoresce, radiate, spot, illuminate, flood, scintillate.

possession (verb)

fall.

start on fire (verb)

enkindle, burn, flame, spark.

step down; land (verb)

disembark, settle, alight, sit down, get down, set down, rest, touch down, roost, come down, perch.

Usage examples for light:

  • I see the light ... - "Story of My Life, volumes 1-3", Augustus J. C. Hare.
  • Not what I call light. - "The Chief Legatee", Anna Katharine Green.

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