Recent Examples of lite from the Web
There were awkward, robotic pop-locking moves; an unsanitary worm along the dusty linoleum; and an uninspired finale featuring Cirque du Soleil-lite pole maneuvers and unfortunate body contortions.
From the senior VP of the Kaiser Family Foundation: Reports of the Senate health bill look like Obamacare-lite for private insurance.
Skip the Wikipedia-lite bus tour and head instead to the farmer’s market, or trade in the crowded art museum for a walk along the canal.
Cuban is a billionaire with few ties to progressive politics whose Trump-lite demeanor should come with its own trigger warning.
But as even those terms have begun to take on their own, narrow definitions themselves with #carefreeblackboy being aesthetically linked to flower crowns and Coachella-lite fashions, black male artists like Lemons continue to expand them.
Black Coffee, jumping from lite Caribbean to pummelling London grime music and samples of Toronto YouTube comics.
A few of the games are Lite versions, meaning demo.
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First Known Use of lite
Definition of -lite
: mineral rhodolite : rock aerolite : fossil stromatolite
Origin and Etymology of -lite
French, alteration of -lithe, from Greek lithos stone
LITE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lite for English Language Learners
: containing fewer calories or less fat than usual
Medical Definition of lite
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