Lightness definition

lītnĭs
The state or quality of having little weight or force.
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The quality or condition of being illuminated.
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The dimension of the color of an object by which the object appears to reflect or transmit more or less of the incident light, varying from black to white for surface colors and from black to colorless for transparent volume colors.
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Ease or quickness of movement; agility.
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Ease or cheerfulness in manner or style.
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Freedom from worry or trouble.
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Lack of appropriate seriousness; levity.
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Delicacy or subtlety in craft, performance, or effect.
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The state, quality, or intensity of lighting; brightness.
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The state of being nearer to white than to black; paleness.
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The relative amount of light reflected by an object ranging from black to white or colorless.
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The state of being light, not heavy.
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Mildness, nimbleness, delicacy, cheerfulness, lack of seriousness, etc.
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(uncountable) The condition of being illuminated.
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(uncountable) The relative whiteness or transparency of a colour.
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(countable) The product of being illuminated.
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The state of having little weight, or little force.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
lightness
Plural:
lightnesses

Origin of lightness

  • From light, the adjective.

    From Wiktionary

  • from light, the noun

    From Wiktionary