light (adj.)
facile, frivolous, of no consequence
AC I.ii.177[Antony to Enobarbus] No more light answers [or: indecent]
AW II.i.82[Lafew to King] If seriously I may convey my thoughts / In this my light deliverance
KL III.iv.89[Edgar as Poor Tom to all, of himself] light of ear
LLL V.ii.19[Rosaline to Katharine, of her remark] What's your dark meaning ... of this light word?
RJ II.ii.105[Juliet to Romeo] not impute this yielding to light love
RJ II.ii.99[Juliet to Romeo] thou mayst think my 'haviour light
TN V.i.337[Malvolio to Olivia] Bade me ... frown / Upon Sir Toby and the lighter people
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