underlit

underlit

adj
1. lit from beneath
2. inadequately lit
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Two centuries of additions and accretions had produced a dense, confusing maze of gloomy and underlit spaces.
Some scenes also seem underlit, with some rooms lit only by lamps as if the characters had never heard of overhead lights.
(Never mind Dark Phoenix , they should've called it 'Older Men in Silly Helmets'.) Visually, too, the film is bland, most of that $200 million budget clearly having gone on special effects; imaginative visuals mostly extend to leaving Jean underlit when she's tormented -- which, to be fair, is often.
Years ago, some properties were underlit using lower wattage traditional light sources.
The wall units are underlit, but attractive and period-sensitive modern designs are wall-mounted or hang elsewhere.
Underlit spaces can create hazards or a stressful environment for occupants, while overlit areas consume excess energy.
They purchase underlit solid marble bench tops, wine refrigerators for the living room, electric fireplaces that change colour.
So they should always be underlit. He himself said so all the time, throughout his life.
The wall graphics featured underlit panels with bold geometric shapes highlighting products and services.
The stunning designer kitchen is a cook's dream, with an underlit breakfast bar and a theatre-style hob area with glass and chrome extractor.