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2. agile, nimble, light-footed, nimble-footed, spry, graceful, with winged feet; lithe, lissome, supple, flexible, pliant; skipping, springing, like a mountain goat.
3. cheery, cheerful, glad, gladsome, gleeful; happy, happy as a lark, happy as a clam at high tide, euphoric; merry, blithe, joyful, joyous, jubilant, jolly, jovial, jocund, laughing, smiling; gay, light-hearted, debonair, breezy, carefree; in high spirits, spirited, expansive, lively, animated, jaunty, perky, sprightly; frisky, coltish, playful, frolicsome, sportive, rollicking, rompish, capering; exuberant, effervescent, ebullient, vivacious; chipper, full of life, peppy, zestful.
4. frivolous, flippant, trifling, silly, foolish, giddy, flighty; changeable, mercurial, volatile, capricious, fickle; wavering, vacillatory, vacillating, irresolute, fluctuating, swaying, swaying with the wind, constant as the inconstant moon, like the shifting sands.

lightsome2, adj. 1. luminous, glowing, lambent, radiant, lustrous, gleaming, shining.
2. well-lighted, well-lit, illuminated, bright, glaring, blazing, bright as the noonday sun.

lightweight, adj. 1. trivial, trifling, insignificant, unimportant, inconsequential, insubstantial; nugatory, worthless, without merit, valueless, not worth a tinker's dam; frivolous, petty, paltry, slight, lean, skimpy. -n. 2. Informal, nonentity, nobody, SI. schlepp, nothing, a big nothing, cipher, zero; insignificancy, jackstraw, milquetoast, SI. nebbish; bonehead, blockhead, dummy, Inf. poor sap; no great shakes, no great catch, SI. small beer, SI. small potatoes; weakling, weak sister, tower of jello, SI. deadhead, SI. poop, second fiddle, second banana, (Collectively) small fry.

likable, adj. pleasing, pleasant, nice, agreeable; amiable, friendly, neighborly, genial, kind, congenial, good-natured; sweet, charming, winning, winsome, engaging; attractive, cute, adorable, lovable, desirable.

like1, adj. 1. similar, homologous, much the same, pretty much the same, more or less the same, something like, not unlike; comparable, analogous, parallel, correspondent, corresponding, resembling, following; near, close, approximating, same but different; equivalent, matching, of a kind, of a piece, cast in the same mold; brothers under the skin. -prep. 2. similarly to, in like manner with, after the manner of, after the fashion of, on the order of, along the lines of; according to, Fr. d'apr&s.
3. typical of, characteristic of, in character with; common to, peculiar to, distinctive to.
4. indicative of, illustrative of, representative of, symbolic of.
5. disposed to, inclined to, likely to, prone to, given to; in the mood to, happy to, willing to, eager to, anxious to,
Inf itching to, SI. dying to, SI. psyched to;
equal to, up to, able to, ready to.
6. similar to, comparable to, analogous with, parallel to, corresponding to; in a class with, equivalent with
or to; near to, close to.
7.
Nonstandard, as, such as.
8. like anything
Informal, extremely, in the extreme, very much; intensely, acutely, Inf. awfully, Inf. terribly, Inf. terrifically, Inf. something fierce, in the worst way.
9. like mad
Informal, vehemently, furiously, fiercely, violently; madly, wildly, frantically, frenetically, fanatically, like one possessed; like a shot, like a flash, Inf. like greased lightning, Inf. like a house afire, Inf. like sixty, Inf. to beat the band, SI. like a bat out of hell.

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