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uplight

See definition of uplight on Dictionary.com
  • as inlighten
  • as intransport
  • as inillume
  • as inilluminate

synonyms for uplight

  • alleviate
  • ameliorate
  • cut down
  • dilute
  • ease
  • facilitate
  • lessen
  • mitigate
  • mollify
  • relieve
  • allay
  • assuage
  • attenuate
  • buoy
  • change
  • comfort
  • decrease
  • disburden
  • disencumber
  • empty
  • eradicate
  • extenuate
  • free
  • jettison
  • levitate
  • reduce
  • remove
  • shift
  • take
  • thin
  • unburden
  • unload
  • upraise
  • make less
  • make lighter
  • pour out
  • put off
  • take a load off
  • throw out
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antonyms for uplight

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  • aggravate
  • incite
  • increase
  • intensify
  • irritate
  • strengthen
  • trouble
  • upset
  • worry
  • worsen
  • add
  • expand
  • fill
  • fix
  • grow
  • hold
  • keep
  • plant
  • provoke
  • raise
  • remain
  • stay
  • blacken
  • bring down
  • burden
  • darken
  • depress
  • dim
  • dull
  • weigh down
  • confuse
  • dull
  • darken
  • worsen
  • mystify
  • obscure
  • ruin
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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WORDS RELATED TO UPLIGHT

  • better
  • clarify
  • clear up
  • construe
  • define
  • dramatize
  • edify
  • elucidate
  • enlighten
  • explain
  • expound
  • express
  • finish
  • give insight
  • gloss
  • illumine
  • illustrate
  • improve
  • instruct
  • interpret
  • light
  • lighten
  • perfect
  • polish
  • shed light on
  • uplight
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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