lighter

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈlaɪtər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈlaɪtɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(lītər)

From light (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
lighter
adj comparative
lightest
adj superlative

WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Boat
Synonyms:
barge
Sense: Mechanical igniter
Synonyms:
cigarette lighter, cigar lighter, pipe lighter


WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Noun: brightness
Synonyms:
luminosity, brightness, lightness, luminescence, radiance, luster, lustre (UK), phosphorescence, illumination
Antonyms:
darkness , dusk , dimness, blackness, shadiness, night , murkiness, obscurity
Sense: Noun: beam or ray
Synonyms:
blaze , beam , flash , ray , glint, glimmer , glow , glare , twinkle , sparkle
Antonyms:
dark , darkness , blackness, shadow , extinction
Sense: Noun: source of light
Synonyms:
lamp , spotlight , torch , lantern , bulb , flare , beacon
Antonyms:
blackout , power cut, short circuit, blown fuse, dead of night, darkness , the pitch dark, the pitch black
Sense: Noun: anything used to light
Synonyms:
lighter , match , spark , flame
Sense: Noun: aspect
Synonyms:
point of view, aspect , angle , perspective , context , slant , way
Sense: Noun: basis for understanding
Synonyms:
enlightenment , insight , awareness , knowledge , comprehension
Antonyms:
confusion , bewilderment, puzzlement, chaos , complexity, destruction , incomprehension, muddle , vagueness, ignorance, stupidity
Sense: Noun: day
Synonyms:
daylight, sunlight, daytime, day , daybreak, dawn , morning , break of day
Antonyms:
dusk , twilight , night , nightfall, nighttime, evening , dark , bedtime, sunset , the middle of the night
Sense: Adjective: bright
Synonyms:
illuminated, bright , brilliant , shiny , shining , sunny , glowing , luminous, well-lit
Antonyms:
dark , dim , black , pitch-black, shadowy, shady , faint , dimly lit, dingy, faded , blackened, dusky, obscure
Sense: Adjective: not heavy
Synonyms:
flimsy , airy, lightweight, weightless, slight , buoyant , not heavy, portable , delicate , light as a feather, light as air
Antonyms:
heavy , dense , weighty, ponderous, lumpen, leaden, heavy-duty, hefty , chunky
Sense: Adjective: pale
Synonyms:
pale , pastel, fair , blond , blonde , bleached, whitish, off-white, faded
Antonyms:
white , dim , dull , drab , dreary , monochromatic, toned-down, black and white, colorless
Sense: Adjective: having little content
Synonyms:
superficial, slight , frivolous, trivial , unimportant, lighthearted
Antonyms:
serious , significant , important , urgent , critical , deep , detailed , scathing, comprehensive , intensive, consequential, far-reaching, full , full-scale, harsh , demanding , taxing
Sense: Adjective: small in quantity or number
Synonyms:
small , few , slight , inadequate, insufficient, hardly enough, not enough, scant , scanty, sparse , under , short , scarce
Antonyms:
sufficient , enough , large , great , immense, enough , plenty , millions, huge , massive
Sense: Adjective: easy or not harsh
Synonyms:
easy , undemanding, simple , moderate , modest , gentle
Antonyms:
restrained , moral , decent , clean , careful , observant, reasonable , astute, level-headed, disciplined
Sense: Verb: provide light
Synonyms:
illuminate, light up, brighten, turn on, switch on, floodlight, give light to, fill sth with light, shine upon, furnish sth with light, flood sth with light, throw light upon
Antonyms:
dim , turn off, switch off, shut off, darken, blacken, blot out, mystify, confuse , bewilder, baffle , distort , muddy the waters, be vague, be ambiguous, enshroud, envelop , cover
Sense: Verb: cause to ignite
Synonyms:
set sth on fire, set sth alight, ignite, spark , burn , kindle , torch
Antonyms:
put out, extinguish, smother , drench, douse, snuff out, blow out, pour water on, hose , hose down
Sense: Verb: become ignited
Synonyms:
burn , ignite, catch fire, catch on fire, catch light, catch alight
Antonyms:
go out, die down, ease , cool , dampen , freeze , get wet, be put out

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