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View synonyms for lit up

lit up

adjective

  1. drunk
  2. drugged, esp on heroin


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Her eyes lit up as she saw her uncle and aunt, there to welcome her back into the real world.

At that point, a sphere lit up, resembling the landing of the UFO in E.T., and the overheard lights descended on the stage.

Former coach Vicki Chliszczyk recently told WBAL TV, “When she was on the floor she just lit up the arena.”

And hey, Beyoncé gave them a banner—a big, lit-up sign that says “feminist”—to join together under.

I jammed my thumb into my mouth and almost choked on it while the screen lit up with sunny skies on a gleaming lake.

It lit up every ridge and hollow for two or three seconds, and showed me four riders tearing up the slope at a high run.

Coming back along the well-beaten sandy track, my heart sank to see our mess tent still lit up at midnight.

Coming back found mess tent brilliantly lit up and my staff entertaining their friends.

And then she saw him before her in the darkness with a painful clearness, as if he were lit up by the burning rays of the sun.

Whenever a potato lit up dangerously she gave it a poke into a new position.

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