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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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We have hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of art work stored in the Town Hall and it costs the tax payers of this town more than PS12,000 a year just to insure it - has any of it seen the light of day recently?
Fo SA ARAH or You all ac co SARAH Harding's movie Run For Your Wife was a flop by accounts - even co-star Danny Dyer reckons it shouldn't have seen the light of day in cinemas.
Hirsch got the 911 call and left immediately, as the safe contains not only Kardashian's tape but every unedited master of every celebrity sex tape in Vivid's possession, including the ones starring Kendra Wilkinson, Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, Jimi Hendrix, Vince Neil, Tom Sizemore, and Chyna and several other tapes that have never seen the light of day.
Mike said: "The shirt has never seen the light of day.
The shirt has never seen the light of day and I know it never will except, perhaps, on holiday where there is no chance of anyone he knows seeing him in it.
The soundtrack album boasts many tracks that have never seen the light of day before, making it a must for every collection.
This proposal should never have seen the light of day
Doing this to a dictator is one thing and I agree he would not have seen the light of day had he done this to Saddam.
If your wardrobe is overrun with handbags of various shapes and sizes that have not seen the light of day for many a month, then perhaps it's time to think about parting with them for good.
It was tucked inside a book published in 1906 and I wouldn't be surprised if it had not seen the light of day since the game was played almost 100 years ago.
According to GM product development czar Bob Lutz, the G8 "would not have seen the light of day in the United States without the changes we have made in global product development.
None would have seen the light of day in the mainstream media had they not been either broken or nudged along by a group of increasingly influential gay bloggers who are changing the way we get our news about the famous and powerful