Grave and Light

Grave

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Grave adjective – Having a matter of importance as its topic.
Usage example: leaving gossip and celebrities to other magazines, this journal focuses on the grave issues confronting the nation

Light is an antonym for grave in serious topic.
Nearby Words: gravely, gravel, graved, graver, graveled
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Light

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Light adjective – Having little weight.
Grave is an antonym for light in topics: simple, blond, funny, content, illuminated.
Nearby Words: lighten, lightweight, lightly, lightness, lighted
Antonyms for Light
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How words are described

green green grave green light
small small grave small light
big big grave big light
dark dark grave dark light
Other adjectives: new, early, less.

Things that words describes

voice grave voice light voice
spirits grave spirits light spirits

Both words in one sentence

  • Villainous B.S.O.D.: Light has one when he sees a grave robber defacing L's grave.
  • Rule of Symbolism Buffy starts Season 6 by clawing her way out of her grave into the night, beginning a year-long Heroic B.S.O.D.. She ends the season climbing out of another grave into the light, having rediscovered the value of living.
  • Film / A Christmas Carol (2009) A nod is also given to "Mickey's Christmas Carol" (another Disney incarnation of the tale) when Scrooge is hanging from a root in his own grave while a hellish light beams up from his coffin.
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