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Lightness

Light´ness
n.1.The state, condition, or quality, of being light or not heavy; buoyancy; levity; fickleness; nimbleness; delicacy; grace.
1.Illumination, or degree of illumination; as, the lightness of a room.
2.Absence of depth or of duskiness in color; as, the lightness of a tint; lightness of complexion.
Noun1.lightness - the property of being comparatively small in weight; "the lightness of balsa wood"
Synonyms: weightlessness
Antonyms:
heaviness, weightiness - the property of being comparatively great in weight; "the heaviness of lead"
2.Lightnesslightness - the gracefulness of a person or animal that is quick and nimble
3.lightness - having a light color
Antonyms:
darkness - having a dark or somber color
4.lightness - the visual effect of illumination on objects or scenes as created in pictures; "he could paint the lightest light and the darkest dark"
Synonyms: light
Munsell chroma, achroma, achromasia, achromatosis, agility, airiness, airy texture, albescence, albinism, albino, albinoism, amiable weakness, anemia, ashiness, attenuation, big deal, blondness, bloodlessness, bounce, breakability, breeziness, brightness, brittleness, buoyancy, cadaverousness, canescence, carefreeness, chalkiness, chambering, changeableness, cheerfulness, chirpiness, chloranemia, chroma, chromatic color, chromaticity, collapse, color quality, colorimetric quality, cool color, coquettishness, creaminess, daintiness, deathly hue, deathly pallor, debonairness, delicacy, destructibility, diaphanousness, dilutedness, dilution, dimness, disintegration, dullness, easy virtue, effeminacy, effervescence, elasticity, emptiness, ethereality, exiguity, exility, expansiveness, exsanguination, faddishness, faddism, fadedness, faintness, fairness, featliness, fickleness, fineness, flightiness, flimsiness, flippancy, fluffiness, foolishness, fragility, frailty, frangibility, frivolity, frivolousness, frostiness, frothiness, futility, gaiety, gauziness, ghastliness, glaucescence, glaucousness, gossameriness, gracility, grizzliness, haggardness, hoariness, hue, human frailty, hypochromia, hypochromic anemia, idleness, inanity, inconstancy, indecisiveness, infirmity of will, inherent vice, insubstantiality, irresolution, jauntiness, laciness, lack of depth, lactescence, laxity, leukoderma, levity, light heart, lightheartedness, lightsomeness, liveliness, lividness, loose morals, looseness, lucence, lucency, lucidity, luminosity, luminousness, mercuriality, mercurialness, milkiness, mistiness, moral weakness, muddiness, neutral color, nimbleness, nugacity, paleness, pallidity, pallidness, pallor, paperiness, pastiness, pearliness, perkiness, pertness, prison pallor, promiscuity, purity, rarity, resilience, resiliency, sallowness, saturation, shallow-wittedness, shallowness, sickliness, sickly hue, silliness, silver, silveriness, skittishness, sleaziness, sleeping around, slenderness, slightness, slimness, snowiness, spryness, subtility, superficiality, swinging, tenuity, thinness, tint, tone, translucence, translucency, triflingness, triteness, triviality, trivialness, undependability, unpredictability, unprofoundness, unprofundity, unreliability, unsubstantiality, vacuity, vagueness, value, vanity, vapidity, velleity, vitiligo, vivacity, volatility, wanness, wantonness, warm color, wateriness, waywardness, weakness, white, white race, whiteness, whitishness, whorishness, wispiness, womanishness
Translate Lightness to German, Translate Lightness to French
Browse
lightheartedness
Lighthorse Harry Lee
Lighthouse
lighthouse keeper
Lighting
lighting circuit
lighting fixture
lighting industry
lighting-up
Lightless
lightlessness
Lightly
lightly armored
lightly armoured
lightly-armed
Lightman
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Lightning
lightning arrester
lightning bug
lightning conductor
lightning discharger
Lightning glance
Lightning Hurler
lightning rod
lightproof
Lightroom
lights
lights-out
lightship
Lightsome
lightsomely
lightsomeness
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