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1lit

adjective

Definition of LIT

1
filled with much light <the coat room was just lit well enough for us to identify our jackets>
Related Words floodlit (also floodlighted), highlighted, spotlighted (or spotlit); ignited, kindled; moonlit, shiny, sunlit, sunny, sunshiny
Near Antonyms gloomy, somber (or sombre), sunless; cloudy, murky, obscured, shadowlike, shadowy; gray (also grey), leaden, pale; lightproof
2
being on fire <some lighted torches lined the path to the shrine>
Synonyms afire, aflame, alight [chiefly British], blazing, burning, combusting, conflagrant, fiery, flaming, ignited, inflamed (also enflamed), kindled, lit (or lighted)
Near Antonyms choked, damped, dead, doused (also dowsed), extinguished, quenched, smothered, snuffed (out), stamped (out), suffocated

Variants of LIT

lit or lighted
March 27, 2015
quiescent Hear it
Tranquilly at rest or causing no trouble
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