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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of light.
- adj. Filled with light; illuminated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. set afire or burning.
- adj. Illuminated by artificial light.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. set afire or burning
- adj. provided with artificial light
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One day while I lived on his place I went in company with another slave into the woods and caught a pig, which we knocked in the head with a large pine knot, which we called a lighted knot, but it so happened that the owner of the pig was in the woods, and hearing the pig squeel came to see what the matter was
Women who lock the doors and make sure to walk in lighted areas with people still get raped.
In the centre is an enormous circular counter … We ascend a broad staircase, which leads to ‘The Lounging Rooms’, and to the first of a series of circular galleries, lighted from the lantern of the dome, which also lights the ground floor.
Disaster movie the whole fact that after the first two scary movies the quility went way way way waaaaay down since then and still it gets green lighted is crazy i saw the trailer chuckled at the Zohan spoof and watned to cry because this will still make money and fill seats its horrible it crams to much in and its stupid.
Now these will be great if you have somewhere to project the image and they are bright enough to work in lighted areas.
The Toronto-Canadians were underground, in lighted food courts.
By the way, would you call the lighted Christmas tree that's just gone up next to the sculpture "art"?
When the button next to that label lighted up, the phone was answered with special alacrity.
The bells were then rung joyfully, the candles were again lighted, and King Henry, standing among his people, spoke, – "So help me God, all these promises will I faithfully keep, as I am a man, a Christian, a knight and a crowned and anointed king."
We reached our anchorage in the Mersey long after dark, so beautifully lighted is the approach, and lay at anchor all night in a strong north-east wind, cold enough to cut off our tropical noses.