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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
References in periodicals archive ?
If you do drink on a fast day, it may make you feel light-headed and ultimately cause you to break the fast.
Cathy, who has type two diabetes, said she took the drink because she was feeling light-headed - and has proof that she was unwell.
In addition the person may experience difficulty in breathing or shortness of breath; feeling sick or vomiting; feeling light-headed or faint; breaking into a cold sweat; and becoming pale.
London, Jan 9 (ANI): A British Airways passenger plane was forced to make an emergency landing after both pilots reported feeling light-headed, and almost 'passed out' at the controls.
But she's proving daily that a woman in her 40s with a younger "fiance" grows light-headed after rediscovering sex and can't stop talking about it.
She complained of feeling dizzy and light-headed during the day before her performance.
It is thought that Jack had been experimenting with asphyxiation, cutting off the blood supply to the brain for short periods leaving him feeling light-headed.
Half-way through scrubbing the shagpile I went all light-headed.
Enough fumes will leave you light-headed and nauseous.
Freshman tailback Emmanuel Moody did not practice because he felt light-headed.
Leanne had complained of feeling shaky and light-headed when she got off the ride but her condition rapidly deteriorated and a Disney employee called for paramedics.
But a few minutes later, seven crew members reported feeling light-headed and were taken to hospital in Harlow.