- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of light up.
“At night he is safely tucked in my back pocket as we watch slide shows about pollution and its impact on the environment, marvel at how protozoan-inhabited ocean water lights up Day-Glo green when stirred and viewed in the dark, then rally around a campfire to sing jingoistic school songs and to stargaze.”
“Somebody's boy lights up a pipe out in the bam, and the barn burns down -- does that boy ever say, "Yep, Pa, it was me all right.”
“The rush is beyond what I expectedhot then cool, and my head lights up like casino neon.”
“Unalloyed and exulting happiness lights up the dark faces of them all.”
“Franco lights up and is seized by a gravedigger's cough.”
“Positron emission tomography PET scanning — which uses a tracer that lights up areas with amyloid — was used to detect the presence of amyloid.”
“Mind you, I think that these friendships between men and women are good for both, if they aren't complicated by love: the worst of it is that passion is a tindery thing, and lights up suddenly when people least expect it.”
“The woman who lights up these types of events is usually the woman who flips the script and opts for an appropriate dress silhouette in a less-than-expected color with just a few subtle dips and surprises.”
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