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 for Lighted
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Light \Light\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lighted (l[imac]t"[e^]d) or
     Lit (l[i^]t); p. pr. & vb. n. Lighting.] [AS. l[=y]htan,
     l[imac]htan, to shine. [root]122. See Light, n.]
     1. To set fire to; to cause to burn; to set burning; to
        ignite; to kindle; as, to light a candle or lamp; to light
        the gas; -- sometimes with up.
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              If a thousand candles be all lighted from one.
                                                    --Hakewill.
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              And the largest lamp is lit.          --Macaulay.
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              Absence might cure it, or a second mistress
              Light up another flame, and put out this. --Addison.
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     2. To give light to; to illuminate; to fill with light; to
        spread over with light; -- often with up.
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              Ah, hopeless, lasting flames! like those that burn
              To light the dead.                    --Pope.
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              One hundred years ago, to have lit this theater as
              brilliantly as it is now lighted would have cost, I
              suppose, fifty pounds.                --F. Harrison.
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              The sun has set, and Vesper, to supply
              His absent beams, has lighted up the sky. --Dryden.
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     3. To attend or conduct with a light; to show the way to by
        means of a light.
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              His bishops lead him forth, and light him on.
                                                    --Landor.
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     To light a fire, to kindle the material of a fire.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Light \Light\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Lighted (l[imac]t"[e^]d) or
     Lit (l[i^]t); p. pr. & vb. n. Lighting.] [AS. l[imac]htan
     to alight orig., to relieve (a horse) of the rider's burden,
     to make less heavy, fr. l[imac]ht light. See Light not
     heavy, and cf. Alight, Lighten to make light.]
     1. To dismount; to descend, as from a horse or carriage; to
        alight; -- with from, off, on, upon, at, in.
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              When she saw Isaac, she lighted off the camel.
                                                    --Gen. xxiv.
                                                    64.
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              Slowly rode across a withered heath,
              And lighted at a ruined inn.          --Tennyson.
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     2. To feel light; to be made happy. [Obs.]
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              It made all their hearts to light.    --Chaucer.
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     3. To descend from flight, and rest, perch, or settle, as a
        bird or insect.
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              [The bee] lights on that, and this, and tasteth all.
                                                    --Sir. J.
                                                    Davies.
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              On the tree tops a crested peacock lit. --Tennyson.
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     4. To come down suddenly and forcibly; to fall; -- with on or
        upon.
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              On me, me only, as the source and spring
              Of all corruption, all the blame lights due.
                                                    --Milton.
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     5. To come by chance; to happen; -- with on or upon; formerly
        with into.
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              The several degrees of vision, which the assistance
              of glasses (casually at first lit on) has taught us
              to conceive.                          --Locke.
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              They shall light into atheistical company. --South.
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              And here we lit on Aunt Elizabeth,
              And Lilia with the rest.              --Tennyson.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  lighted \lighted\ adj.
     1. set afire or burning.
  
     Syn: ignited, enkindled, kindled, lit.
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     2. Illuminated by artificial light; as, lighted by a
        high-powered searchligh.
  
     Syn: illuminated, lit, well-lighted.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  lighted
      adj 1: set afire or burning; "the lighted candles"; "a lighted
             cigarette"; "a lit firecracker" [syn: lighted, lit]
             [ant: unlighted, unlit]
      2: provided with artificial light; "illuminated advertising";
         "looked up at the lighted windows"; "a brightly lit room"; "a
         well-lighted stairwell" [syn: illuminated, lighted,
         lit, well-lighted]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  35 Moby Thesaurus words for "lighted":
     ablaze, afire, aflame, aglow, alight, bathed with light,
     bespangled, blazing, brightened, candlelit, enlightened, fiery,
     firelit, flaming, flaring, gaslit, ignited, illuminated,
     in a blaze, irradiate, irradiated, lamplit, lanternlit, lightened,
     lit, lit up, luminous, moonlit, spangled, star-spangled,
     star-studded, starlit, studded, sunlit, tinseled
  
  

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