lighten

[v] - make more cheerful 2. [v] - make more cheerful 3. [v] - become lighter
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Lighten

• (v. i.) To descend; to light. • (v. t.) To free from trouble and fill with joy. • (v. i.) To burst forth or dart, as lightning; to shine with, or like, lightning; to display a flash or flashes of lightning; to flash. • (v. t.) To illuminate with knowledge; to enlighten. • (v. t.) To make lighter, or less heavy; to reduce ...
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Lighten

Light'en (līt''n) intransitive verb [ See Light to alight.] To descend; to light. « O Lord, let thy mercy lighten upon us.» Book of Common Prayer [ Eng. Ed.].
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Lighten

Light'en transitive verb [ See Light to illuminate.] 1. To make light or clear; to light; to illuminate; as, to lighten an apartment with lamps or gas; to lighten the streets. [ In this sense less common than light. ] « A key of fire ran all along the shore, A...
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