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Meanings of Lightfooted:

adjective

Fast, nimble, or stealthy on one's feet.

Usage examples:

A light-footed leap

Meanings of Lightheaded:

adjective

Dizzy and slightly faint.

Usage examples:

She felt light-headed with relief

Lighthearted

lʌɪtˈhɑːtɪd

Meanings of Lighthearted:

adjective

Amusing and entertaining.

Usage examples:

A light-hearted speech

Lighthouse

ˈlaɪt.haʊs

Meanings of Lighthouse:

noun

A tower or other structure containing a beacon light to warn or guide ships at sea.

Usage examples:

A listing of lighthouses in the national park system can be found at the nps maritime parks page.

Lighthouses

ˈlaɪt.haʊs

Meanings of Lighthouses:

noun

A tower or other structure containing a beacon light to warn or guide ships at sea.

Usage examples:

A listing of lighthouses in the national park system can be found at the nps maritime parks page.

Lighting

ˈlaɪ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Lighting:

noun

Equipment in a room, building, or street for producing light.

Usage examples:

Fluorescent bulbs for street lighting
verb

Provide with light or lighting; illuminate.

Usage examples:

The room was lit by a number of small lamps

Lightly

ˈlʌɪtli

Meanings of Lightly:

adverb

Gently, delicately or softly.

Usage examples:

She placed her hand lightly on my shoulder

Lightness

ˈlaɪt.nəs

Meanings of Lightness:

noun

The state of having a sufficient or considerable amount of natural light.

Usage examples:

The glass adds lightness to the room

Lightning

ˈlaɪt.nɪŋ

Meanings of Lightning:

noun

The occurrence of a natural electrical discharge of very short duration and high voltage between a cloud and the ground or within a cloud, accompanied by a bright flash and typically also thunder.

Usage examples:

A tremendous flash of lightning
adjective

Very quick.

Usage examples:

A lightning cure for his hangover

Lightnings

ˈlʌɪtnɪŋ

Meanings of Lightnings:

noun

The occurrence of a natural electrical discharge of very short duration and high voltage between a cloud and the ground or within a cloud, accompanied by a bright flash and typically also thunder.

Usage examples:

A tremendous flash of lightning
adjective

Very quick.

Usage examples:

A lightning cure for his hangover

Lightproof

ˈlʌɪtpruːf

Meanings of Lightproof:

adjective

Able to block out light completely.

Usage examples:

A lightproof envelope

Lights

lʌɪt

Meanings of Lights:

verb

The natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible.

Usage examples:

The light of the sun
plural noun

The lungs of sheep, pigs, or bullocks, used as food, especially for pets.

phrase

Traffic lights (= a set of red, yellow, and green lights that control the movement of vehicles, usually at a point where two or more roads join)

Usage examples:

She stopped at the lights and saw him on the other side of the road., as the lights turned green, c…

Lightship

ˈlaɪt.ʃɪp

Meanings of Lightship:

noun

A moored or anchored boat with a beacon light to warn or guide ships at sea.

Usage examples:

The boat was a lightship, essentially a lighthouse on a ship, a ship with a lighthouse stuck in the…

Lightships

ˈlaɪt.ʃɪp

Meanings of Lightships:

noun

A moored or anchored boat with a beacon light to warn or guide ships at sea.

Usage examples:

The boat was a lightship, essentially a lighthouse on a ship, a ship with a lighthouse stuck in the…

Lightsome

ˈlaɪt.səm

Meanings of Lightsome:

adjective

Happy and carefree.

Usage examples:

In those long lightsome irish summer evenings when the sun doesn't sink until after ten o'clock, th…

Lightweight

ˈlaɪt.weɪt

Meanings of Lightweight:

noun

A weight in boxing and other sports intermediate between featherweight and welterweight. in the amateur boxing scale it ranges from 57 to 60 kg.

Usage examples:

Henry armstrong held world titles at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight simultaneously and…
adjective

Of thin material or build and weighing less than average.

Usage examples:

A lightweight grey suit

Lightweights

ˈlaɪt.weɪt

Meanings of Lightweights:

noun

A weight in boxing and other sports intermediate between featherweight and welterweight. in the amateur boxing scale it ranges from 57 to 60 kg.

Usage examples:

Henry armstrong held world titles at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight simultaneously and…
adjective

(esp. of clothes) weighing little and therefore not warm

Usage examples:

A lightweight jacket, the movie was a lightweight comedy.

Lightwood

ˈlʌɪtwʊd

Meanings of Lightwood:

noun

A tree yielding timber that is pale in colour or light in weight.

Usage examples:

She had done the room in butter yellows, forest greens and lightwoods.

Lighty

ˈlʌɪti

Meanings of Lighty:

noun

A boy or young male adult.

Usage examples:

‘this lighty (little one) called mnisi will taste my power come april 5,’ he said amid deafening ap…

Meanings of Lightyears:

noun

A unit of astronomical distance equivalent to the distance that light travels in one year, which is 9.4607 × 1012 km (nearly 6 million million miles).

Ligneous

ˈlɪɡnɪəs

Meanings of Ligneous:

adjective

Made, consisting of, or resembling wood; woody.

Lignified

ˈlɪɡnɪfaɪd

Meanings of Lignified:

verb

Become rigid and woody by the deposition of lignin in cell walls.

Usage examples:

Protoplasts are needed for the cell walls to continue to thicken and lignify
adjective

Hard and like wood, because of containing lignin

Lignifies

ˈlɪɡnɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Lignifies:

verb

Become rigid and woody by the deposition of lignin in cell walls.

Usage examples:

Protoplasts are needed for the cell walls to continue to thicken and lignify

Lignify

ˈlɪɡnɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Lignify:

verb

Become rigid and woody by the deposition of lignin in cell walls.

Usage examples:

Protoplasts are needed for the cell walls to continue to thicken and lignify

Meanings of Lignifying:

verb

Become rigid and woody by the deposition of lignin in cell walls.

Usage examples:

Protoplasts are needed for the cell walls to continue to thicken and lignify

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