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light

(Easy), adjective breezy, carefree, cushy, debonair, effortless, facile, lighthearted, manageable, not burdensome, not complex, not complicated, not difficult, not involved, nothing to it, painless, plain, simple, smooth, straightforward, uncomplicated

light

(Entertaining), adjective amusing, animated, beamish, bird-witted, blithe, blithesome, breezy, capricious, carefree, changeable, cheerful, cheery, comical, debonair, distracting, diverting, easygoing, elated, erratic, fickle, flighty, flyaway, free and easy, frivolous, gay, glad, gleeful, happy, happy as a lark, happy-go-lucky, humorous, impulsive, in good or high spirits, inconsequential, inconstant, insouciant, irresponsible, jaunty, jocund, jolly, jovial, joyful, jubilant, laughing, lighthearted, lively, merry, mirthful, optimistic, out in left field, out to lunch, petty, pleasing, pleasurable, positive, recreative, riant, scatterbrained, skittish, smiling, sportive, sunny, superficial, trivial, unimportant, untroubled, upbeat, volatile, witty

light

(Weightless), adjective airy, buoyant, diluted, feathery, floatable, floating, fluffy, light as a feather, light as air, lighter than air, slender, slight, superficial, thin, unsubstantial, watered down

light

(Daylight), noun crack of dawn, dawn, day, daylight hours, daytime, starlight, sunbeam, sunrise, sunshine, sunup, visibility

light

(Illumination), noun beaming, brightness, brilliance, brilliancy, clearness, comprehension, effulgence, flood of light, fluorescence, glare, gleam, gleaming, glimmer, glitter, glow, glowing, incandescence, irradiation, knowledge, lambency, lightness, luminescence, luminosity, luminous energy, luminousness, luster, openness, publicity, radiance, radiation, sheen, shine, shining, sparkle, sunlight, understanding
Associated concepts: evidence coming to light, shine the light of law
See also: deft, frivolous, jocular, minimal, negligible, slight, subtle, trivial
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The model predicts that the intensity of the diffused light will be constant for any viewer angle, and that undiffused light will reflect light more intensely in some areas when viewed at certain angles.
Whereas Jan Groover's earlier black and white still lifes captured the reflective surfaces of stainless-steel cooking utensils with an etched clarity reminiscent of constructivist photograms, her recent images, cast in ethereal tones of faded silver and printed on thin translucent tissue paper, seem to be shrouded in a veil of diffused light.
These modules also can be cut to fit to length, lending brilliant, consistent, evenly diffused light in depths as shallow as three inches deep.
They're walking there in the garden, just now again sprung forth, in diffused light, in alleys under gentle giant trees and between the rows of lower levels, between freckle-faced pansies, little tiger-cheeks, in fact, but still small, still immature.
In mixed media, the company featured a table lamp with a painted steel support base, wooden stem and white or topaz opaline blown-glass shade meant to provide both direct and diffused light independently switched.
The plant's decline may involve its need for disturbed soil, diffused light and scoring, which came from bison hooves.
Or why not try Karrington Mystic Stars, a new range of small glass globe-shaped outdoor lights which cast a warm, diffused light.
Frankly though, for many uses, the soft, diffused light these lamps put out is ideal.
Does your customer just need broad, diffused light or a spot-type beam?
They have a perspex top which lets in diffused light and let's you see the stars.
It is splash proof with a white opaque glass shade which gives off a soft diffused light that's sure to brighten up your reflection.
This instant geology comes replete with water, greenery and theatrically diffused light, all essential aspects of the building's environmental control strategy.