Very light

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noun Ve·ry light \ˈver-ē-, ˈvir-ē-\

Definition of Very light

  1. :  a pyrotechnic signal in a system of signaling using white or colored balls of fire projected from a special pistol

Origin and Etymology of very light

Edward W. Very †1910 American naval officer


First Known Use: 1917

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