light vs lite

light lite

Definitions

  • 1) Electromagnetic radiation that is visible, perceivable by the normal human eye as colors between red and violet, having frequencies between 400 terahertz and 790 terahertz and wavelengths between 750 nanometers and 380 nanometers.
  • 2) The sensation of perceiving light; brightness.
  • 3) Electromagnetic radiation of any frequency or wavelength.
  • 4) Easy to perform or accomplish; requiring little effort.
  • 5) Designed to carry relatively little weight.
  • 6) Not solemn or serious.
  • 7) Designed for ease and quickness of movement; having a structure that is slim and has little weight for its type or class.
  • 8) Not harsh or severe.
  • 9) Intended primarily as entertainment and lacking serious or weighty content.
  • 10) Easily digested.
  • 11) Containing a relatively small amount of a potentially harmful ingredient, such as alcohol, fat, or sodium.
  • 12) Of relatively little weight; not heavy.
  • 13) Exerting little force or impact; gentle.
  • 14) Consuming or using relatively moderate amounts; abstemious.
  • 15) Mildly dizzy or faint.
  • 16) Low in quantity or intensity.
  • 17) Having little importance; insignificant.
  • 18) Easy to bear or endure.
  • 19) Indistinct; faint.
  • 20) Of, relating to, or being a syllable ending in a short vowel or a short vowel plus a consonant.
  • 21) Carrying little equipment or armament.
  • 22) Of relatively little weight for its size or bulk.
  • 23) Having a loose, porous consistency.
  • 24) Having a spongy or flaky texture; well-leavened.
  • 25) Free from worries or troubles; blithe.
  • 26) Moving easily and quickly; nimble.
  • 27) Easily awakened or disturbed.
  • 28) Of less than the correct, standard, or legal weight.
  • 29) Requiring relatively little equipment and using relatively simple processes to produce consumer goods.
  • 30) Of, relating to, or being a vowel or syllable pronounced with little or no stress.
  • 31) In a light manner; lightly.
  • 32) With little weight and few burdens.
  • 33) To get down, as from a vehicle or horse; dismount.
  • 34) To descend to the ground after flight; land.
  • 35) To come upon by chance or accident. Used with on or upon.
  • 36) To come upon one unexpectedly.
  • 37) (go light on) To use, acquire, or consume in small or moderate amounts.
  • 38) (go light on) To treat leniently.

Definitions

  • 1) UK, dialect The act of waiting; a wait.
  • 2) UK, dialect A little, bit.
  • 3) A little; a small amount; a short, time.
  • 4) An element (a quasi-suffix) in names of minerals, signifying ‘stone’: same as -lith.
  • 5) In the Gr. Ch., a religious procession accompanied with prayer; prayer for a special object made during such a procession.
  • 6) Lacking substance or seriousness.
  • 7) Lightweight
  • 8) UK, dialect few; little
  • 9) Informal spelling of light.
  • 10) Light in composition, notably low in fat, calories etc.:
  • 11) Used after a common noun or especially a proper noun to indicate that something, such as a work or action, is less serious, severe, difficult, or extensive than what is considered typical of the specified noun.
  • 12) Having less weight than others of the same kind.
  • 13) Having fewer calories or less of an ingredient than a food or beverage of the same kind.
  • 14) Less serious, severe, difficult, or extensive than others of the same kind.
  • 15) obsolete Little.
  • 16) UK, dialect To rely.
  • 17) UK, dialect To expect; wait.
  • 18) Oflowrank.
  • 19) Little.

Examples

  • 1) She turned her head, ignoring the pain the movement caused as the square of bright light intruded.
  • 2) There was no street light here; the closest was at least thirty or forty metres up the street.
  • 3) He was dressed in golden armour that glittered in the dull afternoon light.
  • 4) Her face was clearly visible in the light from the open van door.
  • 5) This effect of great light, is an almost invariable accompaniment of supra-consciousness, although there are instances of undoubted cosmic consciousness in which the realization has been a more gradual growth, rather than a sudden influx, in which the phenomenon of _light_ is not greatly marked.
  • 6) They report: 'Instead of the gas giving increased light as the rate of consumption is increased, it will be seen that _in every case_ there is a point beyond which the _light decreases_ relatively to the proportion of gas consumed.
  • 7) We also hold these lights in our hands to honor Christ, and to acknowledge him as the _true light_, [5] whom they represent under this character, and who is called by holy Simeon in this mystery, _a light for the enlightening of the
  • 8) "Variable as the shade, by the light quivering aspen made"; but variable as the _light_, manifold in fair and serene division, that it may take the color of all that it falls upon, and exalt it.
  • 9) It may be that the mental side is weak; that it is lazy and does not want to think; that the only food it craves is the sensational, and light, _very light_ reading and not much of that.
  • 10) A correspondent of Mr. Knight's suggests {114} for the word _delight_ in this passage, also, a new derivation; using _de_ as a negation, and _light (lux), delighted_, removed from the regions of light.
  • 11) A change in the direction of a small portion of the sun's light passing by the solid body of the moon, it being deflected outward by repulsion or reflection from its surface, and other portions being deflected inward after passing the body by mutual repulsion of its own elements toward a _light vacuum_ or space devoid of the element of vibration.
  • 12) _Delight_ is naturally formed by the participle _de_ and _light_, to make light, in the same way as "debase," to make base, "defile," to make foul.
  • 13) This is sometimes used as a source of light, under the name of _Drummond_ or _lime light_.
  • 14) Christ Himself is called "the light of the world," and that He once made the very significant remark: "If thine eye be single, _thy whole body shall be full of light_."
  • 15) ‘LEDs are made of semiconductor chips and emit light when a current passes through them.’
  • 16) ‘Stockholm is beautiful in the mornings, the golden light glinting off the buildings.’
  • 17) ‘Dark clothes don't glow because the dark pigments absorb the UV light.’
  • 18) ‘Einstein used Planck's quantum hypothesis to describe the electromagnetic radiation of light.’
  • 19) ‘The sun was setting low, casting a dull orange light in the sky.’
  • 20) ‘He had carried out research into light and how it interacts with atoms.’
  • 21) ‘I wanted to sleep a little longer, but the faint light of the sun had awakened me.’
  • 22) ‘The abstract representations are also a reflection of the artist's mastery over colour and light.’
  • 23) ‘The garden was lit only by the light of the moon and all was silent.’
  • 24) ‘The light from a nearby street lamp paints her face a garish yellow.’
  • 25) ‘This is another good time to walk outside and expose yourself to some natural light.’
  • 26) ‘Normally, water in the distance is seen by its ability to reflect light off of its surface.’
  • 27) ‘In the village the fields were being turned, and men and women worked in the damp soil from light to dusk.’
  • 28) ‘The plants were grown in natural light with no supplementary lighting.’
  • 29) ‘Look at them at different times of the day, and in both natural and incandescent light.’
  • 30) ‘The large garden around the swimming pool shone in the glimmering light of many multicolored candles.’
  • 31) ‘She rose to her feet and passed into the light of the full moon.’
  • 32) ‘We really do not know what would happen to time when an object passes the speed of light.’
  • 33) ‘In that case, what you need to know before choosing when to take your picture is that the colour of light changes throughout the day.’
  • 34) ‘The windows were ablaze with light, the heavy wooden doors still open.’
  • 35) ‘Everything is brightly lit once the UV lights are turned on.’
  • 36) ‘Fluorescent lights or special grow lamps also work if left on about 14 to 16 hours per day.’
  • 37) ‘Hang paper chains or other decorations well away from lights or any other source of heat.’
  • 38) ‘I could see red, white and blue strobe lights flashing all along the water on the Manhattan side.’
  • 39) ‘There was an electric light at the top of the staircase but there was no bulb in it at the time of the accident.’
  • 40) ‘We didn't have a bathroom or electric power or lights and things until I was about 17 years old.’
  • 41) ‘The tunnel is quite elaborate, too, with electric lights and reinforced walls.’
  • 42) ‘Shadows, cast by the trees blocking the porch light outside the windows, dance over the coffee table.’
  • 43) ‘Andy turned out the lights in the room and got into bed.’
  • 44) ‘The city's lights lit up the skyline and created an almost magical glow.’
  • 45) ‘After a few days without lights, electric heat or TV, your stress level shoots through the roof.’
  • 46) ‘The car's lights went off and only enhanced the feeling of shadow.’
  • 47) ‘She moved quietly to her front porch where the light was turned on for her.’
  • 48) ‘With only the ceiling lights for illumination, the soldier couldn't tell the time of day.’
  • 49) ‘Down the street, a solitary porch light flickered and called out to him.’
  • 50) ‘When Pete flicks out the electric lights, we are plunged into inky darkness and ringing silence.’
  • 51) ‘The huge primary lights in the ceiling were darkened but the scattered emergency lights gave some illumination.’
  • 52) ‘When illuminated with electric lights or candles, the pumpkins radiate the same muted colors as stained-glass windows.’
  • 53) ‘The police also found a fluorescent light, a grow lamp, ballast, and thermometer.’
  • 54) ‘The aircraft took off in the dark with the runway illuminated by truck lights.’
  • 55) ‘For the past couple of years, the appearance of Christmas lights and festive decorations has heralded the arrival of a weighty travel anthology.’
  • 56) ‘Fairy lights were switched on and music played.’
  • 57) ‘Instead of the usual studio lighting he used the available light sources visible in the shot, such as lamps, Christmas tree lights and so forth.’
  • 58) ‘Good use was also made of neon lights, phosphorescent glow sticks, reflectors, fiber optics, and a thumping dance floor.’
  • 59) ‘The builders, Deeks and Steere plc of Godalming, had hung lights outside the church to add to the festive spirit.’
  • 60) ‘A rising star in classical music is to perform in Bolton at the Christmas lights switch-on.’
  • 61) ‘If it is any consolation, it gave me time to admire the decorative lights put up by some people in their homes and gardens.’
  • 62) ‘As the sun sets on the skyscrapers, neon lights hug the outsides of the buildings, making the skyline look as impressive at night as it does during the day.’
  • 63) ‘When we got to school, they had the cafeteria all decorated up with lights and balloons.’
  • 64) ‘All the shops are full of Christmas spirit and the lights and decorations are beautiful.’
  • 65) ‘Decorative neon lights in business districts are being turned off in order to save enough power for production or air conditioning.’
  • 66) ‘Cubes, stars, lanterns and chilli peppers - decorative lights aren't just for Christmas.’
  • 67) ‘At one end of the temple room there was a white coffin decorated with neon flashing lights and flowers.’
  • 68) ‘Winston walked past me in the den with a giant cardboard box full of Christmas lights that he took outside.’
  • 69) ‘Huge neon lights decorated the outside and, in many different colors, advertised the many different games inside the casino.’
  • 70) ‘And as the midnight hour approached, the tall ships decorated with tiny lights turned with the crowds towards the Harbour Bridge.’
  • 71) ‘Both cottages were beautifully decorated with festive lights and welcome home banners last Thursday morning before the group arrived.’
  • 72) ‘As the SUV jeep slowly pulled into traffic Christmas lights glittered in the night for Christmas morning.’
  • 73) ‘Church bells, laser lights, fireworks and a town crier announced the beginning of the festive season in Leigh.’
  • 74) ‘Backed by a sensational new lights, projection and laser show, The Australian Pink Floyd Show are truly stunning.’
  • 75) ‘Queuing traffic at the numerous lights in and around the High Street creates more congestion.’
  • 76) ‘I don't want to drive these things wide open on the street, but we'll run them zero to 60 at the next few lights.’
  • 77) ‘The look, of course, was no big deal, but the preposterous wheelspinning start as the lights went green certainly was.’
  • 78) ‘Another plan includes installation of signal lights at some junctions on the ring roads.’
  • 79) ‘Imagine the flow of traffic without lights and signs.’
  • 80) ‘Imagine his surprise when traffic coming through the lights headed straight for him.’
  • 81) ‘Sadly, over one year after the lights were restored the traffic situation has not improved.’
  • 82) ‘Not satisfied with that, they then put in more lights, making more traffic snarls.’
  • 83) ‘With a lights controlled junction at Feehily's corner this would make things safer for both vehicles and pedestrians.’
  • 84) ‘Maybe it's just difficult for them to control the horses in Central London, and that's why the guy jumped the light.’
  • 85) ‘On the walls were mirrors which reflected what little natural light came through the portholes around the room.’
  • 86) ‘I resume my watch but the light is failing so I exchange my camera for my rifle.’
  • 87) ‘On entering this vast sanctum, one is immediately struck by the quality of space and light.’
  • 88) ‘This plant is an annual that is easy to start from seed and is not fussy about soil or light.’
  • 89) ‘Domestic buildings do not need a lot of light but buildings where people work need to be well lit.’
  • 90) ‘She feared the new houses on the school site would block light to her bungalow and invade her privacy.’
  • 91) ‘His eyes were grey; they just looked brown in certain lights.’
  • 92) ‘The deer can look black in some lights and have a white rump.’
  • 93) ‘She narrowed her dark eyes in the strong light, and turned around to go back to the main street.’
  • 94) ‘Daffodils require very bright light, such as that found in a greenhouse, to flower well.’
  • 95) ‘We get fluorescent desklamps to compensate for the lack of natural light - and boy, do they make up for it!’
  • 96) ‘It's a very frightening place that has been designed to have no natural light.’
  • 97) ‘The main bedroom is to the rear of the house and is quite spacious with plenty of light from a large dormer window.’
  • 98) ‘What faint light was in the room was extinguished as pure blackness engulfed her.’
  • 99) ‘It was a small space with a narrow vertical slit window which admitted some natural light.’
  • 100) ‘To the left, the living room faces the front garden and gets plenty of natural light.’
  • 101) ‘The main reception area has an open plan living/dining room which has a good deal of natural light.’
  • 102) ‘With one side of the room completely dedicated to windows, there is good natural light.’
  • 103) ‘The cramped room was dark and gloomy, a faint stream of gentle light streaming through the grimy window.’
  • 104) ‘Large sky-lights draw in enough natural light to ensure the room remains bright and sunny.’
  • 105) ‘She seemed very pale and weak, the light from her eyes, gone.’
  • 106) ‘She had a very soft beauty to her, but she had a fierce light in her eyes.’
  • 107) ‘No words could describe that feeling of supreme joy at seeing the light in her eyes.’
  • 108) ‘There was a new light in his eye that Adriane had never seen, a vengeful, vicious emotion.’
  • 109) ‘His features softened when he saw her, though there was no light of recognition in his eyes.’
  • 110) ‘The good of human freedom, by European lights, must be weighed against the risk and cost of actually fighting for it.’
  • 111) ‘He was, by his lights at least, honest with me.’
  • 112) ‘I think that the president is a basically decent man who is trying to do the best he can according to his lights.’
  • 113) ‘It seems to me that they were a state, but they had a legal system which, according to their lights, was divinely ordained.’
  • 114) ‘I found you on the net, and hope you may give some light to this mystery for me!’
  • 115) ‘The light of knowledge characterises John's spiritual development and devotion to God.’
  • 116) ‘The light of knowledge is necessary to expel this demon of ignorance, he says.’
  • 117) ‘Both of them would be happy if someone could shed the light onto the mystery behind their child.’
  • 118) ‘Here, most tellingly, the study misses the light shed by new Western studies.’
  • 119) ‘His experience, and that of others, deserve to have light shed on them.’
  • 120) ‘For our part we have to accept that there is no particular light shed on the matters in issue from it.’
  • 121) ‘He was very confused, but then, when light dawned, he took much glee in pointing out I'd paid the exact same amount as I would have before my haggling.’
  • 122) ‘They believed this to be a natural power of the soul, realized as it gradually opens itself to divine light and truth.’
  • 123) ‘The light of the divine shines everywhere, and has no gender, and has no single pronoun, and has no one image.’
  • 124) ‘May God grant new gospel light to this spiritually deprived nation!’
  • 125) ‘Some of Christ's sufferings were a consequence of the ineffable divine light granted to him.’
  • 126) ‘It is not that we are illuminated by the divine light, but that the truth we grasp is illuminated.’
  • 127) ‘But if we resist God's Spirit of light and mercy, we are promised the rod of correction.’
  • 128) ‘The fog and deep darkness of my brain are slowly clearing and giving way to a little spiritual light.’
  • 129) ‘At emergence, the seeker may reconstruct the ego under the Will, that the ego will in totality reflect the true light.’
  • 130) ‘At the moment I am only on the first steps of Buddhism but I see it as the only light in a very confusing world.’
  • 131) ‘We all can trust in the words of the Lord as he brings hope in place of despair and light in place of darkness.’
  • 132) ‘Let the light of the Spirit fill your heart today with the goodness and glory of God.’
  • 133) ‘The true light, which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world.’
  • 134) ‘The hanging lantern caught the lights in his blond hair.’
  • 135) ‘Squint your eyes and see the landscape as a series of shapes, lights and darks, as opposed to seeing every detail.’
  • 136) ‘My uncle turns, glances at me, the sun from behind the clouds casting lights and darks across his lean face.’
  • 137) ‘I was nervous and when I get nervous I smoke - too bad I didn't have a light.’
  • 138) ‘The opening casements were also taped along the junction between the casement and the opening light.’
  • 139) ‘Summer cross-ventilation can be obtained through opening lights in the glass wall and the motorized panes of the clerestory.’
  • 140) ‘Top lights and side windows flood the building with daylight from unexpected angles.’
  • 141) ‘This must be the upper light or lights of a third window, at the back of the room, adjacent to the back wall.’
  • 142) ‘He said Mandisi has always been a shining light and brought understanding and laughter to their lives.’
  • 143) ‘He had made other mistakes over the years, but he also had been one of the bright and shining lights of college sports.’
  • 144) ‘New cap Scott MacLeod is one of Scotland's bright young lights, but Gray fails to shine.’
  • 145) ‘One of Canada's brightest lights has passed away.’
  • 146) ‘We were both watching TV, the pictures brightly lighting the dark living room.’
  • 147) ‘Sets are very minimalist but lit to good effect.’
  • 148) ‘It's cramped, poorly stocked and somehow dimly lit.’
  • 149) ‘Extra decorations have lit up the city like never before.’
  • 150) ‘And the art, hung here and there and lit in one case by lamplight, was a hodgepodge of styles.’
  • 151) ‘It was night but the moon was full so everything was lit up and reflected.’
  • 152) ‘The band treated the crowd to some of their greatest hits and was made even more special when a fireworks display lit up the sky behind them.’
  • 153) ‘Old Masters, though, are usually hung on a tastefully restrained backdrop and lit as close to daylight as can be managed.’
  • 154) ‘The night climb is stark affair, halogen lights casting deep black shadows on every part of the cliff face that isn't brilliantly lit.’
  • 155) ‘Silhouetted passers-by walk away from us as the singer steps forward, brilliantly lit, sometimes looking at us sometimes away.’
  • 156) ‘She switched on the power, a bright, green glow lighting up the screen.’
  • 157) ‘Both the other ballets were two-piano scores, played on stage and lit so that only the pianists' profiles were visible.’
  • 158) ‘The neighborhood was quiet and dim, lit only by a few street lights.’
  • 159) ‘The full moon lit up the pond so that I could perfectly see my reflection.’
  • 160) ‘The pool hall was smoky and lit only by a few flickering light bulbs.’
  • 161) ‘The hallway, lit with sunlight from both ends, was serenely quiet.’
  • 162) ‘Our eyes widened when a flash of lightning lit up the sky and illuminated the dark figure.’
  • 163) ‘We walked for an hour until we were in a large room, lighted by a hole in the ceiling.’
  • 164) ‘The room beyond was lighted from within by the wavering yellow glow of candles.’
  • 165) ‘The dining room was dark and cold and only lighted by a candle or two.’
  • 166) ‘It was peaceful, the street lights were lit and the only noise that could be heard was a dog barking in the distance.’
  • 167) ‘As he flicked the switch to light the brightly coloured bulbs, an enormous cheer went up from onlookers.’
  • 168) ‘In later years insurance companies forced the removal of the old candelabras and these were replaced with little electric lights, lighted by a button.’
  • 169) ‘Edwards lost a truck race because he slowed when the caution light was lit accidentally.’
  • 170) ‘If we are among the lucky ones we may have an oil lamp but in most cases we have a candle to light us to bed.’
  • 171) ‘One was so scrupulous that when he finished work, he would snuff out the candle the state had provided and light himself to bed with his own.’
  • 172) ‘We took off our sandals, and two of the men carried burning torches to light our way.’
  • 173) ‘As night fell, a full moon rose and lit my way back into the landscape, where I sat on top of the hill and contemplated how lucky I was.’
  • 174) ‘The night sky would light up; there was a bright white glow every time the lightning surged through the clouds.’
  • 175) ‘I stared blankly at the PC screen, waiting for it to light up.’
  • 176) ‘They should wear light coloured clothes and reflective armbands and have bicycles properly lit up, front and back.’
  • 177) ‘The horizon lights up all around you, flickering and pulsating, white, blue and green hues of light, constantly moving up and down, changing shape.’
  • 178) ‘I've got a novelty mini-Beverly Hillbillies television set that lights up and plays the theme song when you push a button.’
  • 179) ‘The bridge around them now lit up brightly as a globe of sunlight surrounded her.’
  • 180) ‘This limited production L.E.D. watch lights up brighter than any other watch available.’
  • 181) ‘Drawing power from the battery, the screen lit up brightly, illuminating everything by it.’
  • 182) ‘Andrew immediately got to his feet to catch up with me as I entered the hall, now brightly lit up.’
  • 183) ‘There was a long silence and inside of me a spark of hope lit up brightly.’
  • 184) ‘In the darkening light, street lamps began to light up and windows glowed with indoor illumination.’
  • 185) ‘The switchboard lit up for the Brighton area and people claimed that the devil had come to Earth to kill them all.’
  • 186) ‘Suddenly, the sky lit up, and a single white lightning bolt shot down towards the general.’
  • 187) ‘Suddenly, the forest lit up as five bolts of white lightning rained down from the sky.’
  • 188) ‘Tyra flicked the switch on the wall by the door and suddenly the room lit up with a warm yellowish glow.’
  • 189) ‘As we walked by, the tree suddenly lit up in a blaze of colored lights.’
  • 190) ‘The street lamps and signs lit up suddenly as it got a little bit darker.’
  • 191) ‘He pulled out a cigarette, lit it, and walked away from the fire, through the village, and into the forest.’
  • 192) ‘We both lit our Bic lighters as if we were at a Grateful Dead concert.’
  • 193) ‘Almost every month my neighbour has a bonfire: last Friday at 9.15 pm he lit one.’
  • 194) ‘He lit a further cigarillo, coughing glutinously as he did so.’
  • 195) ‘She's lighting the Chanukah candles for those of us who can't get home by sundown.’
  • 196) ‘He lighted what would be the first of many cigars.’
  • 197) ‘Wordlessly, she took a seat around the bonfire she had lit earlier.’
  • 198) ‘Be careful when lighting alcohol on fire: make sure that the stove top is clean and that there are no flammable materials hanging about.’
  • 199) ‘Word is now that they're lighting buildings on fire, but I can't confirm that.’
  • 200) ‘After the ceremony attached to lighting the candle, Come O Come Emmanuel was sung by a member of the Club.’
  • 201) ‘I lit my scented candles, dimmed the lights, and tucked into my new book.’
  • 202) ‘Dad would trudge on to the lawn with a tin of fireworks, dashing back to safety after lighting each one as if a Pompeii-scale eruption were imminent.’
  • 203) ‘Once he's shot off about a dozen he switches to firecrackers, first lighting one to give us the idea and then setting off a string of fifty.’
  • 204) ‘They line up for hours to pray at the grotto, drink the water, light candles and take photographs.’
  • 205) ‘Leaning back in the bow, mountains rising across the lake behind him, Pete lights a cigarette and passes it down to Jonathan.’
  • 206) ‘They had a load of cigarettes and they lit a fire, deciding to stay there for the night.’
  • 207) ‘His sightless eyes looked almost black in the shadows cast by the candle he had lit.’
  • 208) ‘He then pulled out his cigarette, and lit it, and held his pack out for her to take one.’
  • 209) ‘He lit a few candles around the room and then he shut off the lights.’
  • 210) ‘He ran his hand through his raven black hair and then lit his cigarette.’
  • 211) ‘Mr Griffiths was sucking hopefully at his pipe, which had refused to light properly.’
  • 212) ‘However, the four managed to overpower the man and retrieve the lighter before it lit.’
  • 213) ‘It took three goes to get the cigarette to light, as my hands were shaking.’
  • 214) ‘He fished a pipe out of his pocket, lit it up, and began to smoke.’
  • 215) ‘She got out her last cigarette and lit it up as she walked away.’
  • 216) ‘When I see people struggling to light their smokes up in a stinking back alley in the dead of winter, in the rain, I really can't see that is their little pleasure time.’
  • 217) ‘I pulled out a cigarette from my handbag and lit it up.’
  • 218) ‘I sat down in the smoking section of a café, in front of a young couple with a kid (who were also in the Smoking area) and lit up.’
  • 219) ‘How often have you been walking behind someone, before suddenly finding yourself engulfed in smoke because the person in front has lit up?’
  • 220) ‘Amber looked on in disgust as Kira lit up.’
  • 221) ‘There is nothing worse than being in a cosy little restaurant, enjoying wonderful food, and then somebody lights up and blows that acrid smoke in your direction.’
  • 222) ‘I find it rude when someone lights up during a meal, they could simply walk outside or wait till the meal is finished.’
  • 223) ‘Though smoking was banned he lit up regardless and a fire broke out.’
  • 224) ‘Fire chiefs are warning the smoking ban may result in a rise in the number of house fires as more people light up at home.’
  • 225) ‘If it is sufficiently light outside to tell a white thread from a black thread then one should be fasting.’
  • 226) ‘The closer one is to the North Pole, the longer the dark or light period is.’
  • 227) ‘The seeds were then grown in vermiculite at 30°C under dark or light conditions.’
  • 228) ‘The octagonal house is light and airy, with wraparound verandas, a small pool and nothing between you and the South Pole.’
  • 229) ‘The house is light and airy with lots of glazing and three balconies on three levels let the garden come into the house.’
  • 230) ‘Albert proudly opened the front door and Betty and I walked into a large, light hallway.’
  • 231) ‘As soon as it gets light enough out there, I'll take some pictures.’
  • 232) ‘Install exterior lights that automatically come on when it gets dark and go off when it's light.’
  • 233) ‘The walls were a dark jade color here, the tile a light tan covered with crimson matting.’
  • 234) ‘The streets of the city were cobble stones, and most of the buildings made of a light gray stone or wood.’
  • 235) ‘The screen turned light purple and a single folder appeared in the middle of the screen.’
  • 236) ‘Mr Gibb said the animal had a sleek, muscular body, smooth fur and was possibly a light sandy colour.’
  • 237) ‘She carried a bouquet of light yellow roses, large daisies, chrysanthemums and blue campanulas.’
  • 238) ‘The suspect was described only as a white man, in a light coloured short-sleeved shirt.’
  • 239) ‘Mr Davis plans to use a clean, light colour scheme throughout the pub and designate the left hand bar non-smoking.’
  • 240) ‘The colors she chooses lean more heavily to violet, light pink, green, black, silver and gold.’
  • 241) ‘It was red, made from bright red bricks, and its roof was a light blue colour.’
  • 242) ‘The Bertons chose a light beige paint tied together with a white trim in most rooms.’
  • 243) ‘Fresh and light colours such as blue and green are widely seen in this theme.’
  • 244) ‘The girl herself was five feet six inches tall, slightly built, with light brown hair.’
  • 245) ‘He was wearing a black pair of sweatpants and a light gray shirt that showed off his well built muscles.’
  • 246) ‘She was wearing a light rose pink jacket with a darker shade of pink knee-length skirt.’
  • 247) ‘Don't take anything white or light coloured with you unless you are going on some luxury holiday somewhere.’
  • 248) ‘The vehicle involved, which had also been damaged, had been a light green or blue in colour, although the make or model was not known.’
  • 249) ‘She was tall, large in the stomach with light blonde hair and piercing eyes.’
  • 250) ‘The person turned out to be a man in his thirties, with light yellow hair and brown eyes.’
  • 251) ‘The blouse was a light, delicate shade of pink, with a dark flower pattern covering it.’
  • 252) ‘She was dressed in a casual pair of dark blue slacks and a light beige button down blouse tucked neatly in.’
  • 253) ‘Wrap the dish in clingfilm and place in the fridge with a light weight on top for an hour or so, to allow the flavours to mingle before serving.’
  • 254) ‘The large, sixteen-inch light alloy wheels add to the sporty dynamics of the car.’
  • 255) ‘He worked on light metal alloys and the electrolytic production of potassium and sodium.’
  • 256) ‘Unfortunately, he wasn't exactly small or light enough to move easily.’
  • 257) ‘It comes with a lithium battery and AC adaptor and is light to carry.’
  • 258) ‘Theyv'e commented on how methodically I pack the trolley, heavy stuff to the bottom, light stuff to the top.’
  • 259) ‘She was happy for the light load, she wasn't sure if her back could handle any more books.’
  • 260) ‘At first she could walk for only six minutes on a treadmill, do four minutes on a rowing machine and lift a few light weights.’
  • 261) ‘The end product has a high degree of stability as well as being light in weight.’
  • 262) ‘It is confirmed the team are making only two stops, with the first part of the race driven on a light fuel load.’
  • 263) ‘The door gave way easily under her light bodyweight and Piper fell with a thud on the floor.’
  • 264) ‘Pigs have been bred to be fat or meaty, heavy or light, according to changing requirements at different periods.’
  • 265) ‘You don't want to come home with a light suitcase and a heavy heart.’
  • 266) ‘It was a shame that my body weight was still surprisingly light compared to the other teenagers.’
  • 267) ‘There is also a weight limit excluding people who are either too heavy or too light for the game.’
  • 268) ‘Heavy or light, choose a weight that taxes you so that you approach failure at the end of each set.’
  • 269) ‘As the triceps is a very small muscle group, make sure you use a light weight, but do lots of repetitions.’
  • 270) ‘Royal Mail has said it wants to charge more for large but light items and less for small, heavy ones.’
  • 271) ‘They had the benefit of astonishingly light, strong bodies, so we needn't feel too ashamed about lagging so far behind.’
  • 272) ‘No rifle that is light enough to carry will penetrate brush nor should it be expected to.’
  • 273) ‘His problem was that the car came up four pounds light at the scales following the run.’
  • 274) ‘I was 200 kilos too light to be a linebacker, I guess.’
  • 275) ‘Anthropometric measurements were taken with participants wearing light clothes and no shoes or socks.’
  • 276) ‘He was walking in light footwear across his base camp on his way to the latrine.’
  • 277) ‘His trademark is ready to wear dresses that are light and suitable for any occasion.’
  • 278) ‘They have chosen to shed their heavy armor for loose and light garments such as our own.’
  • 279) ‘It is fairly dry all the year round, and light footwear is adequate unless there has been heavy rain.’
  • 280) ‘The tapestry is weaved from a mixture of light linen and heavy velvet and is sometimes translucent, often opaque.’
  • 281) ‘She was clad in light metal armor, with a hood over her face.’
  • 282) ‘It's cold enough for light woollens but not yet time to get into heavier clothing.’
  • 283) ‘The light clothes which will do for summer need to be changed for serious woollens, hoods and gloves for the freezing winds of winter.’
  • 284) ‘The main hazard of working on the streets is the cold - her light shoes are designed for the summer rather than bitter winter temperatures.’
  • 285) ‘Even if you carry a light jacket with you its better than freezing that newly tanned skin.’
  • 286) ‘I settled down fully clothed under a light blanket and got into a good snoring rhythm.’
  • 287) ‘The men are in plain clothes and wear light raincoats or light overcoats over their uniforms.’
  • 288) ‘Also pack shorts and light clothes for the warm sparkling days that can also often be enjoyed in summer.’
  • 289) ‘He realised that it would take more than the light armour which he had with him to do the work.’
  • 290) ‘He was wearing light denim clothing, with nowhere to hide any explosives.’
  • 291) ‘You'll only need a couple of sets of light clothes, so don't burden yourself down with luggage.’
  • 292) ‘As I was dressed only in a light t-shirt, summer riding gloves, and jeans this was a bit of a cause for concern.’
  • 293) ‘Their light summer shoes get wet during the day and then their feet freeze at night.’
  • 294) ‘But as long as I have enough water to drink and light, loose clothes to wear, I'm sweaty but happy.’
  • 295) ‘It is a thin, light blanket with ties to attach to a poncho, to give the wearer extra warmth in the rain.’
  • 296) ‘We should require auto makers to make cars, SUVs and light trucks that go farther on a gallon of gas.’
  • 297) ‘They plan to be using it both as a light rail transport system and a tourist attraction.’
  • 298) ‘They were similar to the horses used for light carts and tradesmen's carts.’
  • 299) ‘Two light goods vehicles were impounded and 1,800 litres of illicit oil seized.’
  • 300) ‘He said his father owned a light aircraft, which he was allowed to use.’
  • 301) ‘light vans drive more safely with rain tyres too.’
  • 302) ‘A light lorry and a jeep were hit by a blast, possibly from a roadside bomb, on a busy road west of the capital.’
  • 303) ‘I do know a pilot who saved himself a load of fuel in a light plane by flying along the front of them on the right day!’
  • 304) ‘The launcher was a simple open-frame device holding sixteen rockets and capable of being towed behind a light truck.’
  • 305) ‘The source population for study participants comprised drivers of light vehicles on public roads.’
  • 306) ‘I decided to go and check it out, thinking that possibly a light aircraft had got into trouble.’
  • 307) ‘To reach the smaller islands you usually need to jump in a light aircraft.’
  • 308) ‘The year saw light truck production eclipse that of passenger cars in North America.’
  • 309) ‘These motoring paparazzi have been known to use helicopters and light aircraft in pursuit of their prey.’
  • 310) ‘Mrs Johnson said most of those not wearing a seatbelt were males driving work vans and light trucks.’
  • 311) ‘For starters, we could increase the fuel efficiency of our cars and light trucks to 40 miles per gallon.’
  • 312) ‘Part of Paul's work will involve travelling by light aircraft to visit parishioners on the different islands.’
  • 313) ‘A few cars, a few more red taxis and a light bus, yellow with a green top, drive on the right side of the road.’
  • 314) ‘I had just missed some vehicles which were going to town and so I had to jump on a private light truck.’
  • 315) ‘There are no roads and it can only be reached by light aircraft or a two-hour express boat ride from the nearest large town.’
  • 316) ‘The pace of light infantry is limited to the speed of a soldier on foot.’
  • 317) ‘Traces of the modus operandi of the light infantry of old still live on amidst special forces such as the SAS.’
  • 318) ‘Sniper units are similar to the light infantry units but they operate in smaller teams.’
  • 319) ‘As a military reformer, Moore successfully developed light infantry tactics and training methods.’
  • 320) ‘For the most part these contingents have been based on a core component of light infantry.’
  • 321) ‘The new aircraft have a light armament capability and can be used for security or defensive operations as well as for training.’
  • 322) ‘Transportation of soldiers is another way mechanized forces can help light units.’
  • 323) ‘Two light cruisers were being built in Italy but these were commandeered by the Italians in December 1941.’
  • 324) ‘In command of the light tanks, Patton headed a school and trained his tankers for combat.’
  • 325) ‘The army is on path to meet its future as a light armoured force, contrary to recent debate in the media.’
  • 326) ‘The Dover Barrage was a combination of nets, mines and searchlights, patrolled by light craft.’
  • 327) ‘In December 1939 it was taken over by the Kriegsmarine and armed for use as a light escort and patrol boat.’
  • 328) ‘Sun is vital, so choose an open site on light soil with good drainage.’
  • 329) ‘Low rainfall and light soils of moderate fertility help control vine vigour and canopy here.’
  • 330) ‘It tolerates salty conditions and actually prefers light, sandy soil, since it needs a supply of air to its roots.’
  • 331) ‘They also prefer a light sandy soil and maybe your clay is a bit heavy and wet for them.’
  • 332) ‘Although the soil here is light, it is completely saturated and has held the water below the surface.’
  • 333) ‘The African box thorn will grow on any soil, poor or rich, light or strong.’
  • 334) ‘He'd walked her home through the light, early summer rain that was falling on the city.’
  • 335) ‘We had run into pretty light resistance, and we had pushed out a couple of thousand yards.’
  • 336) ‘It could carry 118,000 barrels of light oil products such as gasoline and heating oil.’
  • 337) ‘The following moisturiser is very light and gentle and suitable for all skin types.’
  • 338) ‘We were at 700 feet and one and a half miles, with the visibility obscured by light fog.’
  • 339) ‘Personally I do not find it as good in heavy or light winds as the Lewis kites.’
  • 340) ‘Since the main part of the Jacobite army never engaged the enemy, losses were relatively light.’
  • 341) ‘The valley is densely forested and lush; a light autumn snowfall dusts distant high peaks.’
  • 342) ‘On Tuesday last Galway woke up to see all the motor vehicles covered with a light coating of brown sand.’
  • 343) ‘Traffic, now including vans, is using the minor road, which is only suitable for light traffic.’
  • 344) ‘But in the summer, a light body oil is also necessary to care for sun-drenched skin.’
  • 345) ‘When schools and university are on holiday, traffic is relatively light most of the time.’
  • 346) ‘The rain was light, but heavy enough to make you cold and uncomfortable after a few minutes.’
  • 347) ‘There had been light snow showers earlier that morning when we took off for our first flight of the day.’
  • 348) ‘I cycle to work the next day, through a light drizzle and heavy traffic.’
  • 349) ‘Indeed, some very light breezes saw racing starting late and we bring you results of the first two races with results to be confirmed.’
  • 350) ‘What started as a light shower grew so heavy that she and her daughter began to fear that the roof would cave in.’
  • 351) ‘The stars were out, and a light summer breeze teased my hair and brushed across my face.’
  • 352) ‘If you wake early enough, you can catch a solid hour of light breezes and a certain summer coolness.’
  • 353) ‘At worst, a light drizzle can be stomached, a little nip on the temperature can be endured - but nothing more extreme.’
  • 354) ‘She easily fell into a light sleep, wanting to be able to wake up at the slightest sign of danger.’
  • 355) ‘She is a light sleeper and sleeping next to me does deprive her of what little sleep she does get.’
  • 356) ‘I am a fairly light sleeper, and do get woken very easily by sound.’
  • 357) ‘I'm quite a light sleeper, so even my answering machine taking a message usually wakes me.’
  • 358) ‘I'm normally a light sleeper, so it was a surprise that the husband was the first to notice this.’
  • 359) ‘I've always been a light sleeper, but years of travel mean I can pretty much fall asleep anywhere.’
  • 360) ‘She was a very light sleeper and I had to be careful of how I moved, I had to be extremely quiet.’
  • 361) ‘She sat by his bed and watched him as he drifted in and out of a light, dreamless sleep.’
  • 362) ‘You move out of deep sleep and into light sleep several times during the night, resulting in poor sleep quality.’
  • 363) ‘The loud, high pitched ring of the kitchen phone drove me from my light sleep on the black couch.’
  • 364) ‘Taking a deep breath and hoping that he wasn't a light sleeper, she knocked on his door.’
  • 365) ‘She slipped into a light sleep, where nothing was wrong, and no one could hurt her.’
  • 366) ‘She closed her eyes and in a matter of seconds, she fell into a light sleep.’
  • 367) ‘It took me an hour of tossing and turning that night to fall into a light sleep.’
  • 368) ‘Abbey drifted off, the warm sun and gently rippling water lulling her into a light sleep.’
  • 369) ‘The city noises drifted him into a light sleep until the cab driver's voice awoke him.’
  • 370) ‘Closing his eyes he fell into a light sleep, ready to awaken at the slightest noise.’
  • 371) ‘She acknowledged his words with a nod, then drifted into a light sleep for a little while.’
  • 372) ‘Just as she had drifted into a light sleep, the cordless phone beside her rang, waking her.’
  • 373) ‘Unconsciousness happens in this state, as well as light sleep states, where dreams and hallucinations occur.’
  • 374) ‘Are they working to review the light sentence that has been handed out?’
  • 375) ‘But suggest a bit of light housework and he's all feral snarls and pulling rank.’
  • 376) ‘Sit up, do light housework, or take a walk until your body has had a chance to digest.’
  • 377) ‘The All Blacks enjoyed a day of light training today with key players carrying injuries.’
  • 378) ‘One officer may sleep if the work load is light, while the other monitors the flight.’
  • 379) ‘Should they be blogging regularly or only when they have a light work load?’
  • 380) ‘She got a light sentence and I think the worst of her troubles are over.’
  • 381) ‘Six years is a light sentence for taking another man's life.’
  • 382) ‘Always walk or do another light cardiovascular exercise for five minutes before you work out.’
  • 383) ‘The plaintiff's back injury only allowed him to take on light work.’
  • 384) ‘What would you do if the men who were responsible were given light jail sentences?’
  • 385) ‘Sentences in the UK are relatively light, averaging around nine months.’
  • 386) ‘However in reality many people who do assist in euthanasia get fairly light sentences.’
  • 387) ‘His sentence had been relatively light, as she never accused him of violating her.’
  • 388) ‘The prosecutors left the Court without explaining the request for such a light sentence.’
  • 389) ‘I figure he must think he's only going to get a light sentence and a bit of a fine.’
  • 390) ‘Still expecting a light sentence, he was crushed by his condemnation to indefinite imprisonment.’
  • 391) ‘Typically, she received a very light sentence, soon revised downward.’
  • 392) ‘This is giving a clear green light to burglars to commit this crime as they are more than likely to get a very light sentence or be put on a drug rehab programme.’
  • 393) ‘Despite new and improved laws, judicial proceedings remain slow and the fines actually imposed are light.’
  • 394) ‘Here, cooks will prepare a light meal of mixed salad, tinned cold fish or meat, bread and cheese and fruit.’
  • 395) ‘It was light and tasty, but rather deficient in the garlic stakes.’
  • 396) ‘Prawn risotto with dill and creme fraiche had all the promise of a light but punchy starter.’
  • 397) ‘Chris and I went for a walk up over the hill and had a light brunch at the Reverie Cafe in Cole Valley.’
  • 398) ‘So within half an hour of getting Mig's phonecall we were meeting him and going for a light breakfast.’
  • 399) ‘Tickets for the event cost only £5 each and that also includes a light supper.’
  • 400) ‘I did some studying after eating my light lunch of 9 sushi rolls and a big glass of tea.’
  • 401) ‘The Princess had requested a light buffet lunch, including a selection of local cheeses.’
  • 402) ‘On Sunday morning, we have a light breakfast and then head for the shops.’
  • 403) ‘I went on to eat a light breakfast and to get my morning writing session done, then felt decidedly dozy.’
  • 404) ‘You can poach or fry the eggs, keeping the yolks runny, and serve with a salad for a light lunch or supper.’
  • 405) ‘James Bond would have invited her into the front seat and suggested a light lunch of sea food and champagne.’
  • 406) ‘Breakfast is a light meal of bread, cereal, yogurt, and coffee or hot chocolate.’
  • 407) ‘Pita meat pie often is the final course of a meal or is served as a light supper on its own.’
  • 408) ‘He invited me up to join him for a light meal as a token of gratitude for helping his people.’
  • 409) ‘Eating a light meal before your treatment may also help prevent nausea and vomiting.’
  • 410) ‘The menu had a fair range of options from light snacks to full meals.’
  • 411) ‘Speaking of which, the Rex has a decent menu of light meals and snacks, and offers a variety of draft beers.’
  • 412) ‘People who sign up as members will be invited to help themselves to a light buffet after the formal launch of the group.’
  • 413) ‘Palestinians often buy snacks or light meals from street vendors as they go about their daily business.’
  • 414) ‘It was white, fleshy and not oily, cooked in a light batter and served with a white cream sauce and mushrooms.’
  • 415) ‘Each doctor that saw her said something different about her diet; food, no food, light diet; no food!’
  • 416) ‘Adding some light dairy products to a smart diet was first seen as a way to lower blood pressure.’
  • 417) ‘Occasional sweets notwithstanding, the royal children were raised on very simple, light foods.’
  • 418) ‘As I did not have milk on hand, I used light whipping cream in addition to regular.’
  • 419) ‘Aljotta is a light fish soup relying heavily on garlic and marjoram for flavour.’
  • 420) ‘If you want the granny apple to hold slightly and maintain its shape, you can cook it gently in a light sugar syrup.’
  • 421) ‘These are topped off by a variety of puddings ranging from light sorbets to incredibly rich chocolate mousses.’
  • 422) ‘It was halibut, light but intense, melting but singing with flavour.’
  • 423) ‘The sweet, light tomato sauce provides space and support for the pungent, spicy salami and cheese.’
  • 424) ‘The mash was good and the lemon and herby drizzle made this a light and delicate follow-on to the full-flavoured fish soup.’
  • 425) ‘The spring veggies were another hit: baby carrots, asparagus, French greens and corn in light soy sauce.’
  • 426) ‘Place the peach in a light sugar syrup with the cracked peach pit for flavour.’
  • 427) ‘The thinly-sliced chicken had been poached in a light and delicate broth infused with lime leaf and coriander.’
  • 428) ‘The champagne cream sauce was refreshingly light and brought out the best of my wife's salmon filet.’
  • 429) ‘The main course was a choice of stuffed baby squid or sautéed pork tenderloin on a light Thai green curry sauce.’
  • 430) ‘They were doused in a light tomato sauce that seeped into the big mound of rice below.’
  • 431) ‘Hold the rich sauces and have a light soup for a starter with fresh fruit for desert.’
  • 432) ‘The tuna tartare was mixed in a light cream sauce, and served with a mound of black caviar.’
  • 433) ‘These were covered in a light garlic-flavoured batter and came with a tangy Neopolitan sauce.’
  • 434) ‘Pale green in the glass, with golden highlights, this is a soft, light wine with attractive floral notes.’
  • 435) ‘Schiava grapes are found in most of the non-varietal light red wines of Trentino-Alto Adige.’
  • 436) ‘I took a seat on a high barstool amongst the quiet and serious four and ordered half a pint of light ale for the golden pound I had had in my right pocket.’
  • 437) ‘The wine tasted so light that they drank a lot without any consideration.’
  • 438) ‘Your best bet is to drink the light or low-carb beer you like best and to do so in moderation.’
  • 439) ‘For other cheesy dishes, a light, fruity red wine is sometimes better.’
  • 440) ‘Imported light beers are up across the board, while domestic lights are a mixed bag.’
  • 441) ‘I went out for light drinks with a mate after work last night and was home by 8.30 pm.’
  • 442) ‘If it immediately drains back into the glass, then it probably is a light alcohol or dry wine.’
  • 443) ‘Start with dry white wines, then do medium whites, then light reds, then stronger reds.’
  • 444) ‘Effects are more or less the same whether light, regular or alcohol-free beer is consumed.’
  • 445) ‘Beer can range from light ales to dark stouts depending on the proportions of malt and barley.’
  • 446) ‘Beer is consumed as a typical light alcoholic beverage, while rum is the hard liquor of choice.’
  • 447) ‘Many dishes need a full-bodied wine with an oak overlay and would suffer in tandem with a light, fruity wine.’
  • 448) ‘I yelled at Dex who sat so happily on the couch with his feet on top of the table and a bottle of light beer in his hand.’
  • 449) ‘Bierzo, abutting Galicia in the north west, shows promise with its light fragrant reds from the Mencía grape.’
  • 450) ‘I started with light beers and ended up with dark, as is recommended to appreciate the flavours properly.’
  • 451) ‘It's a lovely little wine, light but packed with flavour, perfect chilled before dinner or for sitting out in the sun.’
  • 452) ‘It's like drinking club soda that has been watered down and mixed with flat light beer.’
  • 453) ‘If there was ever a drink that summed up a decade, it was this light, unobtrusive, fizzy red wine from central Italy.’
  • 454) ‘Cream the margarine and sugar until light and fluffy, then add the beaten egg a little at a time while continuing to work.’
  • 455) ‘The pastry was crisp and light and the salad was the kind where you wanted to eat every scrap.’
  • 456) ‘The sticky toffee pudding had a light sponge and moreish caramel sauce, all of which disappeared fast.’
  • 457) ‘This has ground almonds and the texture is almost light, although it is rich and moist.’
  • 458) ‘The base was perfectly cooked, light and fresh, the mushroom topping rich and full of flavour.’
  • 459) ‘The naan breads in particular were lovely and light and fluffy.’
  • 460) ‘Ann beat me to choosing the mince tart, and excellent it was, with acceptably light pastry.’
  • 461) ‘The pastry was light and flaky, and the insides were pleasant enough, if a little lacking in spice.’
  • 462) ‘This rhubarb and blueberry soufflé is light, lovely, rich and drop-dead gorgeous.’
  • 463) ‘In a large bowl beat the butter and confectioners sugar until light and fluffy.’
  • 464) ‘Cream together the unsalted butter and demerara sugar until light and fluffy.’
  • 465) ‘Beat the butter and caster sugar in a bowl until light and creamy.’
  • 466) ‘The pastry was light and the pears and ice cream moreish to the point of danger.’
  • 467) ‘The sweetbreads were fine, raised above the mediocre by a wonderfully sweet and light pastry.’
  • 468) ‘Modern Banbury cakes are small and oval, made of light flaky pastry with a crisp top achieved by a powdering of sugar before baking.’
  • 469) ‘On my plate was some melon, sweet and fragrant, and a star-shaped pastry so light and flaky, I hardly dared pick it up.’
  • 470) ‘My other half gave top marks to her hot smoked haddock tartlet, made with light filo pastry and served up with asparagus and a poached egg.’
  • 471) ‘I also enjoy a light, fluffy omelet, or maybe basted eggs with bacon or strawberries and dry toast.’
  • 472) ‘But fruit cakes can also be light and non-alcoholic when made with fresh fruit.’
  • 473) ‘It's almost impossible to choose between a cake layered with cream cheese frosting and a lighter white sponge cake with whipped cream and strawberries.’
  • 474) ‘The knock on the front door was light, and at first I wasn't certain of it.’
  • 475) ‘Even Levine, looking tired, doesn't approach the podium with a light step these days.’
  • 476) ‘The therapy is very gentle, using only light touch, but it is amazing in its results.’
  • 477) ‘It was clear now that she was indeed sleeping, her light breathing in no way hindered.’
  • 478) ‘This pulse is felt with a light pressure of the fingers, just resting on the artery.’
  • 479) ‘When he was halfway across the street, he heard both heavy and light footsteps behind him.’
  • 480) ‘She pasted on a smile, though, as John Taylor gave her a light hug and kissed her cheek.’
  • 481) ‘She wrapped her arm around Jamie's waist and gave him a light squeeze and a kiss on the cheek.’
  • 482) ‘She giggled lightly and turned to give him a light kiss.’
  • 483) ‘Her fingers were light and gentle upon the keys, and the machine responded by whirring into action.’
  • 484) ‘His touch was light and gentle, being extra careful of not putting any pressure on my back.’
  • 485) ‘The kiss was light and brief, but it was the most amazing thing I'd ever felt.’
  • 486) ‘Still she could not resist walking a few steps forward, to drop a light kiss onto his forehead.’
  • 487) ‘I kissed her, a light brush of the lips, but still enough to let her know how much I wanted her.’
  • 488) ‘She did not shy from him; instead she kissed him back, a light and quick brush of the lips.’
  • 489) ‘He stood up and finished getting dressed and gave her a light, shaky kiss on the cheek.’
  • 490) ‘She turned back to face him, as she felt his hand on her shoulder, his touch as light as the gentle caress of a flower.’
  • 491) ‘He felt her fingers intertwine with his as he started placing light kisses along her jaw again.’
  • 492) ‘Apply generously with light strokes and avoid brushing over it again once it's on.’
  • 493) ‘She accepted his hand, tensing a bit when his thumb made one light stroke of her knuckles.’
  • 494) ‘The thickness of the font was kind of perfect for our logo, not too bold and not too light.’
  • 495) ‘Anyone seeking a little light reading had better steer clear of this book.’
  • 496) ‘None of the inherent whimsy is lost and the film remains an incredibly moving but suitably light piece.’
  • 497) ‘Wavell had, it seems, an interest both in light fiction and serious history.’
  • 498) ‘In recent years, McCartney has branched into composing light classical music.’
  • 499) ‘A huge bestseller in Spain, the novel has been criticised by some on the left for serving up a light version of the civil war.’
  • 500) ‘Yes, I know it's jokey, light, entertaining fare, but it's good as well.’
  • 501) ‘They were always intended to be light pieces to entertain and to dance to.’
  • 502) ‘Those with pocket money obtained all kinds of novels, serious and light.’
  • 503) ‘Picking up the papers I eyed it warily, it was obviously not going to be light reading.’
  • 504) ‘Otherwise, this is a relatively short and light featurette on the art of movie music.’
  • 505) ‘It is possible that Rob will change the face of light entertainment in Britain.’
  • 506) ‘It would, said the theory, take the world's most popular game and turn it into mainstream light entertainment.’
  • 507) ‘The novel is a light read that promises to tax you no more than a politician at election time.’
  • 508) ‘The run will finish with an awards presentation, BBQ and some light entertainment.’
  • 509) ‘Apart from the usual academic books, books for light reading and for serious reading are also available.’
  • 510) ‘After this I thought I'd do a little light reading.’
  • 511) ‘While the racy title and erotic cover art might suggest a light read, nothing could be further from the truth.’
  • 512) ‘In the meantime, we can enjoy this story, which is a nice little bit of light reading.’
  • 513) ‘As such this is not going to be a film for someone looking for a couple of hours of light entertainment.’
  • 514) ‘With no humour and very little in the way of hope, this is certainly not light entertainment.’
  • 515) ‘Penn keeps the tone of the film extremely light, as the action effortlessly hops between Florida and Beverly Hills.’
  • 516) ‘The first part of the story ends at a very natural point in the story, and on a suitably light moment.’
  • 517) ‘All day, there are thoughts both weighty and light dancing through my head.’
  • 518) ‘The film is full of jokes and humour - it has a light, positive, happy feeling.’
  • 519) ‘Well, that's a fairly light musing for the evening after much of my heavier writings on here.’
  • 520) ‘His voice had lost its light laughter, and the love of the buildings he had lived with all his life showed through.’
  • 521) ‘Looking for a little light relief, I flipped over to a TV auction channel, to see what I didn't want to buy today.’
  • 522) ‘The overall tone is considerably lighter than in Chaucer's poem, the play being diversified with songs and lyrical passages.’
  • 523) ‘The sunlight struck upon my face and my eyes lit upon the white and sandy shores of France.’
  • 524) ‘He turned to go home; but even as he turned, his eye lit upon a figure behind a tree.’
  • 525) ‘Upon arriving in Sonoma, she lit upon the idea of launching a high-end home store where she could combine both her passions under one roof.’
  • 526) ‘Kelly does repeat a few jokes, and maybe I lighted on these instances instead of the ones I recall.’
  • 527) ‘Galvin is the best restaurant I have lit upon this year.’
  • 528) ‘In the search for a text, Elgar lit upon his mother's favourite poet, Longfellow.’
  • 529) ‘Gently she handed the little girl to her mother and they lighted from their horses.’
  • 530) ‘It was said with a grin but that didn't dilute the cloud that lighted on the soldier's face.’
  • 531) ‘A thrush had lighted on a bough not five meters away, almost at the level of their faces.’

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  • 2) One had to have certainties otherwise lite became hideous, painful, terrifying.
  • 3) Answer ithica model 37 featherlite depending on what guage can vary in price by condition gun blue book has the 16 g at 150 to 450 depending on condition. the ultra lite is the one that has increased in value due to the low production numbers word diamonds visualization words Bible www. worddiamonds.com
  • 4) Clay a friend of mine shoots a 264 and has good luck with it, I just dont like shootin lite bullets at that vel at anything bigger than a coyote.
  • 5) "But E-lite is more a matter of aesthetic and style and a considerable softening of the edges in doctrine, politics and social values," Silk says.
  • 6) Ugly Stik lite is the way to go if your into trout or panfishing.
  • 7) Tactical Nuclear Penguin lite = 25 % instead of 30 % for full strength.
  • 8) No change for Interior with this pick: Bush lite is about it.
  • 9) In today's Metro there's a quote from a Kosovo imam explaining his nascent country's version of Islam: "Our Islam is 'lite' -- like Coke lite or Marlboro Light cigarettes."
  • 10) ‘So I'm not going to argue with the officials - I am going to bring all Americans together in one big stadium, where we can munch on the hot dogs of freedom and drink the lite beer of diversity and cheer for the future of this country!’
  • 11) ‘Note: coconut milk is one of the few plant products that's high in saturated fat, so use a lite or lowfat version.’
  • 12) ‘A lite product contains no more than half the fat, half the sodium or one-third the calories of the original.’
  • 13) ‘I grabbed a lite beer from the fridge and set it in front of her as she lit a cigarette from the candle flaming next to her.’
  • 14) ‘If every day you take in just 100 calories more than you burn - the equivalent of a lite beer or two-thirds of a can of soda - over a year, ‘you'll be the owner of 10 pounds of new body fat,’ says O'Neil.’
  • 15) ‘Meanwhile, it continues to carry lite, low-fat and fat-free ice cream as well as fat-free frozen yogurt.’
  • 16) ‘Feel free to dress up your dish with some sautéed garlic, low-fat tub margarine, lemon juice, or lite soy sauce.’
  • 17) ‘Somewhere in the vaguely near distant future, a 1984 - lite version of Britain is ruled by an evil megalomaniac politician whose self-created culture of fear ensures his will is never challenged.’
  • 18) ‘It sounds totally unique, and they're capable of making music without referents, but too often they sound like a lite version of something already done better.’
  • 19) ‘Several columns ago, I put out a call for the major antivirus companies to provide a lite version of their flagship antivirus apps.’
  • 20) ‘The Government's view that the passport lite aspect of the card requires that it have a contactless capability however has interesting ramifications.’
  • 21) ‘The rest of the album isn't bad, coasting from lite jazz subtlety to wah-wah guitar-enhanced antsiness and back to lite jazz at the end.’
  • 22) ‘She packs on another 60 pounds, dresses like a hausfrau, and now silently resents the love of her life for not sharing her passion for lite radio hits and the soundtrack album moneysuckers and/or television commercials that contain them.’
  • 23) ‘They are just rough enough to make an American pop fan listen to songs from across the pond; but they're also still lite enough to remain less filling than their other post-rock countrymen.’
  • 24) ‘On ‘All Possibilities,’ a charming, orchestral disco - lite number, the listener is lifted away in a gorgeous horns and a breezy vocal hook.’
  • 25) ‘Nobody's doubting his sincerity, but if he ditched even some of the throwaway lite rockers, he'd be a far edgier and ultimately more appealing prospect, even if you couldn't take him home to meet mum any more.’
  • 26) ‘Most other people would be pretty well-advised to stay away, unless you're desperately seeking an indie-approved gateway into the world of lite FM.’
  • 27) ‘Most compositions are swirling masses of intense orchestration mixed once again with this signature drum 'n' bass lite rhythm programming.’
  • 28) ‘And let's face it, Janis does sound different fronting a big, frothy semi-funky lite soul orchestra than a messy rock band.’
  • 29) ‘Watch as both early 70's singer-songwriter and late 70's lite country get born on the same dull album.’
  • 30) ‘The best you could say about his proposal is that it's ‘amnesty lite.’’
  • 31) ‘Hard numbers, too, tell of a soft communitarianism or ‘consistent-ethic lite.’’
  • 32) ‘Call it horror lite, or fright by numbers, but this sub-genre has become fairly predictable, even by the standards of a genre that often trades on meeting our expectations.’
  • 33) ‘I recently overheard some talk in which they were referred to as ‘jazz lite.’’
  • 34) ‘Ecotourism lite refers to businesses that make only a few cosmetic and cost-saving changes, like not laundering the sheets every day.’
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