well-lighted

ADJECTIVE
  1. provided with artificial light
    a well-lighted stairwell
    illuminated advertising
    looked up at the lighted windows
    a brightly lit room
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How To Use well-lighted In A Sentence

  • Modern technology has given us exciting new forms of projection and screens that can be seen in well-lighted sanctuaries.
  • The limnetic zone is well-lighted (like the littoral zone) and is dominated by plankton, both phytoplankton and zooplankton. Freshwater biomes
  • Everybody was full and sleepy, so no one contradicted; and the angekok, by virtue of his office, helped himself to yet another lump of boiled meat, and lay down to sleep with the others in the warm, well-lighted, oil-smelling home. The Second Jungle Book
  • Punctual to the moment, the railway train, conveying the redoubtable genius, glid into the well-lighted, elegant little station of Laverick Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour
  • In Dinaw Mengestu's beautifully written and wearier update of the coming-to-America story, refugees and their offspring cross a lot of bridges, but none of them ever find the clean well-lighted place of their dreams. From Dinaw Mengestu, A 'How To' With Few Answers
  • Then I sat back in this clean, well-lighted space, with its idealized fish-camp decor, and felt as pleased with myself as all the practiced trenchermen at surrounding tables.
  • The greatest evil is not done in those sordid dens of evil Dickens loved to paint but in clear, carpeted, warmed, well-lighted offices, by quiet men with white collars and cut fingernails and smooth-shaven cheeks who do not need to raise their voices.
  • a well-lighted stairwell
  • Whereas the same horses often travel quite happily in the ordinary, well-lighted, double horse trailers drawn by a car.
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