- Antonyms of ALIGHT:
- unlighted, unlit, gloomy, somber, sunless, cloudy, murky, obscured, shadowlike, shadowy, gray, leaden, pale, lightproof, blackened, dark, darkened, darkish, darkling, dimmed, dusk, dusky, lightless, pitch-black, pitch-dark, tenebrous, choked, damped, dead, doused, extinguished, quenched, smothered, snuffed, stamped, suffocated.
- Misspellings for ALIGHT:
- altoghter, alitte, eleghat, flieght, almight, flyght, alrghti, rilght, alought, althugh, ighlight, tailight, enlight, alltoghter, alighn, daylght, alighed, lighte, aought, moolight, dalight, aligator, aliqout, slght, oflight, alrigh, aalthough, aliah, tlight, eaigt, slihght, alishe, alittel, allmighty, anight, althiugh, alagator, unlight, alliant, relight, aldough, alrightty, larght, phlight, alimghty, inlight, althoght, altought, aligh, eaight, elight, imight, altougth, allight, olright, ablitty, alighter, allighn, dayluight, allthat, loight, altyhough, fluight, luaght, althought, lighty, iight, albeight, altouhg, loght, lught, filght, lilght, atlehte, alyhogh, alghough, hilight, lightt, alfit, fllight, alrght, ilegit, tealight, alirght, althoigh, leght, alugh, twlight, aliante, alility, alldata, lighlty, liight, allright, aiight, alicate, ohslaught, altghough, althout, alist, lighlt, deleight, altuogh, alltought, filight, ialthough, thoulght, dilight, alughed, silght, leight, eflight, alitle, alighator, altough, allnighter, eypght, aslight, shylight, alrighty, alida, fleight, elights, alhough, ulimit, ifght, caulght, abliet, llight, lowlight, rlight, altogh, lighta, lght, alightly, aliqui, ilght, aight, pelight, aliitle, eligah, lioght, healight, athliet, blighty, eighttold, hlight, alrught, umight, aliqot, altogther, ility, alite, klight, aligater, polight, laght, alright, aleit, alibit, alish, aligtor, alwright, althiought, althouht, althoghter, altogeth, altogethe, altoghther, ahleigh, egight, helight, laought, aloughd, upirght.
- Examples of usage:
The cab passed through into an inner court, stopped, and Gascoigne was ordered to alight.
"The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood",Arthur Griffiths.
My dears, the child came out again in a few minutes, her face all alight.
"The Green Satin Gown",Laura E. Richards.
The mouth above the strong, clean- cut chin was singularly sweet, the grey eyes, alight and ardent, meeting the world with a friendly gaiety of expression that seemed to expect and ask for friendliness in return.
"The Vision of Desire",Margaret Pedler.
- The cab passed through into an inner court, stopped, and Gascoigne was ordered to alight.