a simple past tense and past participle of light1.
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a simple past tense and past participle of light3.
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literature: a college course in English lit.
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(in Italy) lira; lire.
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How to use lit in a sentence
You're rich enough to travel for pleasure in wagon-lits, and have silver-fitted bags.The Motor Maid | Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson
Brock was icy-cold with apprehension as they walked down the line of wagon-lits in the wake of the bag-bearers.The Husbands of Edith | George Barr McCutcheon
When she travelled it was in the wagons-lits of trains-de-luxes, and in specially reserved cabins of steamers.The Island Mystery | George A. Birmingham
Inspiration came in the interval between wiring for rooms and engaging berths on the Wagon-Lits—I knew it would.The Sixth Sense | Stephen McKenna
The journey was very comfortable—there is nothing like those French "lits-salons."Letters of a Diplomat's Wife | Mary King Waddington
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