Increasing Light

Science / Astrology / Increasing Light: Term applied to the waxing Moon as it moves from the position of new Moon to full Moon and the visible portion grows larger.

Other Words for Light

Light Adjective Synonyms: ignite, set alight, set or put a match to, kindle, burn, touch off, set fire to, fire
Light Verb Synonyms: turn on, switch on, put on
Light Noun Synonyms: illumination, brightness, daylight, lamplight, candlelight, firelight, gaslight, torchlight, starlight, moonlight, sunlight, gegenschein, counterglow
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Twilight

Science / Weather / Twilight: Often called dusk, it is the evening period of waning light from the time of sunset to dark. The time of increasing light in the morning is called dawn. Twilight ends in the evening or begins in the m MORE

Lighting

Entertainment / Literature / Lighting: The placement, type, direction, and brightness or dimness of lights used on stage. Often lighting can establish mood, highlight specific characters, actions, or scenes, or serve symbolic purposes. MORE

Lighting Color

Technology / Television (TV) / Lighting Color: Light may be 'colored' by placing a filter or gelatin in front of a light source. MORE

Lighting Diffusion

Technology / Television (TV) / Lighting Diffusion: The hardness or softness of a light source. Hard light casts a sharp, definite shadow. MORE

Lightfastness

Life Style / Painting / Lightfastness: No loss of color due to exposure to light, heat or weathering. MORE

Lightfast

Life Style / Painting / Lightfast: A pigments resistance to fading on long exposure to sunlight. Watercolors are rated lightfast on a scale of I-IV. I and II ratings are the most permanent. MORE

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