lightish
adjective see light IV

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • lightish — Ⅰ. light [1] ► NOUN 1) the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible; electromagnetic radiation from about 390 to 740 nm in wavelength. 2) a source of illumination. 3) a device producing a flame or spark. 4) (lights) traffic… …   English terms dictionary

  • lightish — ˈlīd.ish adjective : rather light the lean, lightish haired young man Kay Boyle …   Useful english dictionary

  • lightish — lightish1 /luy tish/, adj. rather light in color. [1650 60; LIGHT1 + ISH1] lightish2 /luy tish/, adj. rather light in weight. [LIGHT2 + ISH1] * * * …   Universalium

  • lightish — adjective Somewhat light in colour …   Wiktionary

  • lightish — light·ish …   English syllables

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  • light — light1 noun 1》 the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible; electromagnetic radiation from about 390 to 740 nm in wavelength.     ↘a source of illumination.     ↘(lights) traffic lights.     ↘Law the light falling on windows …   English new terms dictionary

  • light — 1. n., v., & adj. n. 1 the natural agent (electromagnetic radiation of wavelength between about 390 and 740 mm) that stimulates sight and makes things visible. 2 the medium or condition of the space in which this is present. 3 an appearance of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Light — 1. n., v., & adj. n. 1 the natural agent (electromagnetic radiation of wavelength between about 390 and 740 mm) that stimulates sight and makes things visible. 2 the medium or condition of the space in which this is present. 3 an appearance of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • light — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English lēoht; akin to Old High German lioht light, Latin luc , lux light, lucēre to shine, Greek leukos white Date: before 12th century 1. a. something that makes vision possible b. the sensation… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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