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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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Sure, it's outtakes and stuff that never saw the light of day over the last four years or so, but there's some great stuff on there .
But despite all the flack about the film, which never even saw the light of day here, Madge is to have another pop at acting.
When McGinnis saw the light gleaming from the diamond-shaped prongs on the tenderizer, he was inspired to create "The Flight of Diamonds," an interactive memorial that is part of his vision for rebuilding the World Trade Center site.
So come on Tony Blair, isn't it about time you saw the light and left our clocks alone?
The fourth installment of a series that saw the light of day in 1997 in Cape Town, "Mem6rias Intimas Marcas" is an exhibition that continues to evolve, with each incarnation offering different works, artists, and modes of presentation.
I sold three pilots to CBS and got paid for it, but like most people who write for film and TV, most of my work never saw the light of day.
This monograph concerns Cervantes's Don Quijote, Part II published in 1615, sequel to the perhaps better known Don Quijote, Part I, which saw the light of day in 1605.
It comes as something of a shock to realize that this musical saw the light of day thirty-four years ago, the cap of Robbins's sustained, two-decade involvement with musical theater.
Jocelyn Bell didn't botch her experiment, but her results left her puzzled--until she saw the light (a pulsing radio beam, actually) from a new kind of star.
This suggests that the engrafted rats saw the light and leaned to brace themselves for the upcoming noise, the Rochester group asserts.