unlighted


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unlighted

(ʌnˈlaɪtɪd)
adj
1. not made to start burning; unlit; unignited
2. not made bright or light with electric lighting or similar; dark; unilluminated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unlighted - not set afire or burningunlighted - not set afire or burning; "the table was bare, the candles unlighted"; "held an unlit cigarette"
lighted, lit - set afire or burning; "the lighted candles"; "a lighted cigarette"; "a lit firecracker"
2.unlighted - without illuminationunlighted - without illumination; "came up the lightless stairs"; "the unilluminated side of Mars"; "through dark unlighted (or unlit) streets"
dark - devoid of or deficient in light or brightness; shadowed or black; "sitting in a dark corner"; "a dark day"; "dark shadows"; "dark as the inside of a black cat"
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A crystal chandelier, which had once lent a fascinating illusion to the game of Monte, hung unlighted in the broad hall, where a few other bizarre and public articles were relegated.
Look at that chap now, philosophically drawled Stubb, who, with his unlighted short pipe, mechanically retained between his teeth, at a short distance, followed after -- He's got fits, that Flask has.
The street in front of the house was unpaved and unlighted, and the view from it consisted of a few exactly similar houses, scattered here and there upon lots grown up with dingy brown weeds.
The little piano is dumb night after night, its candles unlighted, and there is no one to play Chopin to us now as the day dies, and the shadows stoop out of their corners to listen in vain.
It was the work of but a moment for me to reach the windows above, and soon I had drawn myself within the sheltering shadows of the unlighted third floor.
Newman had never seen the marquis so exhilarated; his pale, unlighted countenance had a sort of thin transfiguration.
We played a sort of Blind Man's Buff along the darkest passages, in the unlighted drawing-room, and little dining-room, calling cheerily to each other after each exploration that here, and here, and here, the trouble-had removed itself.
As I told you, I have no staff--" And he went towards the black windows of his shuttered and unlighted inn.
The morning mail-cart, with its two noiseless wheels, speeding along these lanes like an arrow, as it always did, had driven into her slow and unlighted equipage.
A great battleship, forging silent and unlighted through the dark night, loomed close astern.
Yes, there it was far in the north, dimly outlined against the dark void of space that stretched illimitably beyond it, the faint suggestion of a flier passing, unlighted, through the Barsoomian night.
Following a moment or two after Shandy came another figure stealthily across the ladder, and as Norman of Torn and his followers left the little room this figure pushed quietly through the window and followed the great outlaw down the unlighted corridor.