Crossword clues for lit
- Started a torch job
- Showed happiness, with "up"
- Set burning
- Set a match to
- Opposite of "extinguished"
- On like a lantern
- On fire, as a match
- Not sober
- Like an awesome party
- Like a happening party, in slang
- Like a burning candle
- Ignited, as a bottle rocket
- Humanities course, for short
- Fucked up
- Extremely fun, in slang
- Exciting, in slang
- Exciting, in modern lingo
- Classics, for short
- Cigarettes, at times
- Chick ___
- Burning, as a torch
- Brief reading?
- Activated, as a fuse
- Word with "kiddie"
- Wd. with "English" or "kiddie"
- Way past tipsy
- Turnt up
- Turned on the bulb
- Took fire
- Starting to burn
- Started, as a campfire
- Started the fire
- Started burning
- Started a match?
- Started a match
- Started a fire
- Seeable at night, say
- School course, for short
- Really tipsy
- Reading matter, for short
- Rather stinko
- Rather shitfaced
- Put a spot on, say
- Put a spot on, perhaps
- Put a beam on
- On, like a lamp
- On, as an old lamp
- On, as a Victorian lamp
- On, as a candle
- Now bright
- Not dark
- Nobel category for Golding and Grass: Abbr
- Like torches
- Like some jack-o'-lanterns
- Like many matches
- Like many a tree at Christmas
- Like candles before singing "Happy Birthday"
- Like an active match
- Like an active candle
- Like a working candle
- Like a sizzling fuse
- Like a shining candle
- Like a ready grill
- Like a rager, perhaps
- Like a hoppin' party
- Like a glowing jack-o'-lantern
- Like a glowing candle
- Like a fire
- Like a busy match?
- Like a burning fuse
- Liberal arts course briefly
- Kindle content, briefly
- Kiddie or chick follower
- Kiddie --
- Kid-___ (book genre)
- Kid __: reading genre
- Ignited, as a barbecue
- Ignited with a match
- Hopping, as a party
- High on highballs, e.g
- High on highballs
- Held a flame to, like a candle
- Got the fire started
- Got blazing
- French bed
- Flicked a Bic
- Fiction, for short
- Extremely fun, as a party
- Excitingly awesome, slangily
- Exciting, slangily
- Exciting, as a party
- Exciting and excellent, in slang
- English major's subj
- English major's course
- English Dept. subj
- English ___ (college course that involves a lot of reading, for short)
- Eng. class
- Drunk as a candle?
- Did a menorah task
- Departed in a hurry, with "out"
- College course, for short
- Class with a lot of reading, for short
- Class with a lot of books
- Chick __: light women's fiction
- Buckcherry "___ Up"
- Brit __ (Hardy category)
- Books, briefly
- Body of writings, for short
- Berated (with "into")
- Belles-lettres: Abbr
- Bed, in Paris
- American ___ (college English class, for short)
- Active, as a match
- Activated, as a match
- Activated, as a fire
- Activated, as a Christmas tree
- 135 Ignited
- "Zip-Lock" rockers
- "Miserable" rockers
- "Let's get ___!" (party cry)
- "It's ___!" ("Things are getting exciting!")
- "It's ___, fam!" (text from the Comic-Con afterparty, probably)
- "English" course
- "Comp" follower, at college
- "A Place in the Sun" band
- New puppies possibly born in rubbish receptacle
- Tulip surprisingly bright in display?
- Glowing, perhaps
- Illuminated, as Saint-Exupéry's instrument lamps
- Stewed to the gills
- All fired up?
- English _____
- On, as a lamp
- On fire, like a candle
- Book course
- Eng. course
- Ignited, as a fire
- Word with English or kiddie
- Afire, as a candle
- Burning, as a candle
- Berated, with "into"
- Kiddie ___ (children's books, for short)
- Beyond tipsy
- Turned on, as a bulb
- Three sheets to the wind
- Put a match to
- Good books, briefly
- Inebriated, in slang
- Books, for short
- Under the table
- Fired up
- Half seas over
- See 116-Down
- Intoxicated, in slang
- On, in a way
- FlambГ©, say
- University course, for short
- Fiction course, for short
- See 43-Across
- Kindled a fire
- Like a hearth
- Not in the dark
- Sauced up
- Ignited, as a match
- Flambé, say
- Set aflame
- Wagon attachment
- Put to the torch
- Eng. ___
- Reading material, for short
- Came to rest
- With 42-Down, college course, slangily
- Came by chance, with "on" or "upon"
- Set afire
- Brightened up
- Aglow, maybe
- Reading course, for short
- Wagon-___ (Parisian Pullman)
- Wagon follower, in Paris
- Tipsy and then some
- English ___ (coll. course)
- ___ into (assailed)
- English dog
- Shining learner having that certain something
- Set ablaze
- Books briefly on fire
- Turned on section of artillery in retreat
- Came down
- Set off
- In flames
- Set fire to
- Drunk as a skunk
- Coll. course
- Having had way too many
- Set on fire
- College course: Abbr
- High as a kite
- In one's cups
- Fired (up)
- On, as a kerosene lamp
- Touched a match to
- More than tipsy
- English class, for short
- Awesome, in slang
- Took a match to
- In a blaze
- English course, for short
- Started, as a fire
- Set alight
- Humanities maj
- Brightened, with "up"
- Totally wasted
- Short stories?
- Like burning candles
- Held a match to
- American ___ (univ. course)
- Kiddie ___ (book genre)
- Ignited, like a match
- Eng. subj
- Dimly ___ (not very bright)
- Awesome, slangily
- A bit tipsy
- A bit sloshed
- "My Own Worst Enemy" rockers
- Word with "English" or "kiddie"
- Very exciting
- Turned on, as a lamp
- Totally drunk
- Struck, as a match
- Started, as a cigarette
- Started the pilot
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lit \Lit\ (l[i^]t), a form of the imp. & p. p. of Light.
Light \Light\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lighted (l[imac]t"[e^]d) or Lit (l[i^]t); p. pr. & vb. n. Lighting.] [AS. l[=y]htan, l[=i]htan, to shine. [root]122. See Light, n.]
To set fire to; to cause to burn; to set burning; to ignite; to kindle; as, to light a candle or lamp; to light the gas; -- sometimes with up.
If a thousand candles be all lighted from one.
And the largest lamp is lit.
Absence might cure it, or a second mistress Light up another flame, and put out this.
To give light to; to illuminate; to fill with light; to spread over with light; -- often with up.
Ah, hopeless, lasting flames! like those that burn To light the dead.
One hundred years ago, to have lit this theater as brilliantly as it is now lighted would have cost, I suppose, fifty pounds.
The sun has set, and Vesper, to supply His absent beams, has lighted up the sky.
To attend or conduct with a light; to show the way to by means of a light.
His bishops lead him forth, and light him on.
To light a fire, to kindle the material of a fire.
Light \Light\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Lighted (l[imac]t"[e^]d) or Lit (l[i^]t); p. pr. & vb. n. Lighting.] [AS. l[=i]htan to alight orig., to relieve (a horse) of the rider's burden, to make less heavy, fr. l[=i]ht light. See Light not heavy, and cf. Alight, Lighten to make light.]
To dismount; to descend, as from a horse or carriage; to alight; -- with from, off, on, upon, at, in.
When she saw Isaac, she lighted off the camel.
--Gen. xxiv. 64.
Slowly rode across a withered heath, And lighted at a ruined inn.
To feel light; to be made happy. [Obs.]
It made all their hearts to light.
To descend from flight, and rest, perch, or settle, as a bird or insect.
[The bee] lights on that, and this, and tasteth all.
--Sir. J. Davies.
On the tree tops a crested peacock lit.
To come down suddenly and forcibly; to fall; -- with on or upon.
On me, me only, as the source and spring Of all corruption, all the blame lights due.
To come by chance; to happen; -- with on or upon; formerly with into.
The several degrees of vision, which the assistance of glasses (casually at first lit on) has taught us to conceive.
They shall light into atheistical company.
And here we lit on Aunt Elizabeth, And Lilia with the rest.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"color, hue, dye," early 12c., from Old Norse litr "color," from Proto-Germanic *wlitiz (cognates: Old English wlite "brightness, beauty," Old Frisian wlite "exterior, form," Gothic *wlits "face, form").
past participle adjective from light (v.2). Slang meaning "drunk" is recorded from 1914.
colloquial shortening of literature, attested by 1850.
(context obsolete English) little. n. (context obsolete English) little. Etymology 2
a. 1 illuminated 2 (context slang English) intoxicated or under the influence of drugs; stoned 3 (context slang English) Sexually aroused (usually a female), especially visibly sexually aroused (e.g., labial swelling is present) v
1 (en-past of: light) 2 (context US dialectal English) To run, or light Etymology 3
n. (context UK dialectal English) colour; blee; dye; stain. Etymology 4
vb. (context transitive English) To colour; dye. Etymology 5
n. Abbreviated form of literature.
[also: litai (pl)]
adj. of comparatively little physical weight or density; "a light load"; "magnesium is a light metal--having a specific gravity of 1.74 at 20 degrees C" [ant: heavy]
of the military or industry; using (or being) relatively small or light arms or equipment; "light infantry"; "light cavalry"; "light industry"; "light weapons" [ant: heavy]
not great in degree or quantity or number; "a light sentence"; "a light accent"; "casualties were light"; "light snow was falling"; "light misty rain"; "light smoke from the chimney" [ant: heavy]
psychologically light; especially free from sadness or troubles; "a light heart" [ant: heavy]
characterized by or emitting light; "a room that is light when the shutters are open"; "the inside of the house was airy and light" [ant: dark]
easily assimilated in the alimentary canal; not rich or heavily seasoned; "a light diet"
(of sound or color) free from anything that dulls or dims; "efforts to obtain a clean bass in orchestral recordings"; "clear laughter like a waterfall"; "clear reds and blues"; "a light lilting voice like a silver bell" [syn: clean, clear, unclouded]
demanding little effort; not burdensome; "light housework"; "light exercise"
of little intensity or power or force; "the light touch of her fingers"; "a light breeze" [ant: heavy]
(physics, chemistry) not having atomic weight greater than average; "light water is ordinary water" [ant: heavy]
weak and likely to lose consciousness; "suddenly felt faint from the pain"; "was sick and faint from hunger"; "felt light in the head"; "a swooning fit"; "light-headed with wine"; "light-headed from lack of sleep" [syn: faint, swooning, light-headed, lightheaded]
very thin and insubstantial; "thin paper"; "flimsy voile"; "light summer dresses" [syn: flimsy]
marked by temperance in indulgence; "abstemious meals"; "a light eater"; "a light smoker"; "ate a light supper" [syn: abstemious, light(a)]
less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so; "a light pound"; "a scant cup of sugar"; "regularly gives short weight" [syn: scant(p), short]
having little importance; "losing his job was no light matter"
intended primarily as entertainment; not serious or profound; "light verse"; "a light comedy"
silly or trivial; "idle pleasure"; "light banter"; "light idle chatter" [syn: idle]
having a spongy or flaky texture; well-leavened; "light pastries"
designed for ease of movement or to carry little weight; "light aircraft"; "a light truck"
(of sleep) easily disturbed; "in a light doze"; "a light sleeper"; "a restless wakeful night" [syn: wakeful]
any device serving as a source of illumination; "he stopped the car and turned off the lights" [syn: light source]
a particular perspective or aspect of a situation; "although he saw it in a different light, he still did not understand"
an illuminated area; "he stepped into the light"
a condition of spiritual awareness; divine illumination; "follow God's light" [syn: illumination]
the visual effect of illumination on objects or scenes as created in pictures; "he could paint the lightest light and the darkest dark" [syn: lightness]
a person regarded very fondly; "the light of my life"
mental understanding as an enlightening experience; "he finally saw the light"; "can you shed light on this problem?"
public awareness; "it brought the scandal to light"
a divine presence believed by Quakers to enlighten and guide the soul [syn: Inner Light, Light Within, Christ Within]
a visual warning signal; "they saw the light of the beacon"; "there was a light at every corner"
fall to somebody by assignment or lot; "The task fell to me"; "It fell to me to notify the parents of the victims" [syn: fall]
Lit is an American rock band, formed in 1988 in Fullerton, California. They are most known for their hit songs " Miserable" and " My Own Worst Enemy".
Lit or LIT may refer to:
- Lit Brothers, a department store in Philadelphia, US
- Lit Motors, an American cabin motorcycle developer
- LIT (video game), by WayForward Technologies
- LIT, IATA airport code of Clinton National Airport, Arkansas, US
- .LIT, a filename extension for Microsoft Reader e-books
- Lambda Iota Tau, an honor society in literature
- Linear ion trap, a type of quadrupole ion trap in mass spectrometry
LIT, known as in Japan, is a video game by WayForward Technologies for WiiWare. The game is directed by Adam Tierney and co-designed by Tierney and Matt Bozon. It was released in North America on February 9, 2009.
The game has been described as a " horror puzzler", and its style of gameplay has been compared to Sokoban, Chip's Challenge and the Adventures of Lolo series. It is built around the concept that "light is life and darkness is death".
Lit is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Lit. It was released on June 22, 2004 and also marked the only album issued by their label Nitrus Records and DRT Entertainment. (During their three-year hiatus, they split with RCA Records.) The album was recorded at World Class Audio in Anaheim and The Pool House in Fullerton, California. It peaked at #113 on the US Billboard 200 and #6 on the Top Independent Albums chart.
Lit is the band's last album with drummer Allen Shellenberger who died of brain cancer on August 13, 2009.
Usage examples of "lit".
The musty auditorium was a dimly lit torture chamber, filled with the droning dull voice punctuated by the sharp screams of the electrified, the sea of nodding heads abob here and there with painfully leaping figures.
Mellis false-flags Banish with his bullshit mine story if there was a claymore mine on this mountain, it would be command-detonated and Abies would have lit it off with the rest of his fireworks then leads him up to the gun site and fucking drops him cold.
I ran, carrying the cat litter box like a pizza tray, disrupting the class, causing Winnie to become highly agitato, unable to explain because I had a cigar in my mouth and was carrying a pizza tray and running for my life from men who were carrying wildly beeping receivers which made them Israeli spies and men who were wildly firing weapons which made them Arab terrorists and the whole macho parade failing to arouse or interest the girls in the slightest, which, of course, made them lesbians.
Opening the door for the litter bearers, the wizard motioned for Alec to preceed him.
It had occurred to me that Alsa might have left something in the cinema deliberately, but all this stuff was ordinary, the litter of a passing trade.
On his table were scattered a litter of amphipods and copepods with specimens of Valella, Ianthina, Physalia, and a hundred other creatures whose smell was by no means as attractive as their appearance.
He waved to the others to begin the awkward task of taking the litter down the staircase as Ancar stepped back to give them room.
The bright eyes flashed in impotent anger, and Ancar laughed, waving to the litter bearers to be on their way.
Lane, some five or six years after Will Locke and Dulcie were wed, with its strange litter of acids and aquafortis, graving tools and steel plates.
From time to time the way grew too steep for the litter bearers, however, and Malibu had to get off and walk, helped along by Batman and one of the Karen boys.
Litter First Lady and Keeper of the Home Hearth of Krevanel, critically regarded her reflection in the long mirror, whose ornate and begemmed frame rather overshadowed its smooth surface.
Then she happens to notice the flattened blintzes on my plate and she scowls hard enough to turn her tattoo into Hello Kitty Litter.
The bookseller led the way back to his desk, where he rummaged among the litter and finally found a scrap of paper on which he had written: Being myself animated by feelings of affection toward my fellowmen, I am saddened by the modern system of advertising.
I later sent a message to my friend back on Earth, informing him that we had seen Bozo and his mate, together with a litter of eight of the fattest, most adorable othode pups imaginable.
Bozo has gone back to the wild, with most of her litter, and Bozo, together with one of his male pups, feeling the need for human companionship again, now that the urge for domesticity had waned, took to haunting the gates of Shondakor, and finally deigned to join us in the palace as a pet of the entire court.