Lightly [adverb]

Definition of Lightly:

gently, effortlessly

Opposite/Antonyms of Lightly:

Sentence/Example of Lightly:

West Maui is home to some notable restaurants, from Lahaina’s Star Noodle, with its ultra-fresh noodles and lightly battered tempura shrimp, to the seafood selections at Mala Ocean Tavern and its views of vessels at anchor.

Molded quickly from local clay, baked dry in the sun or lightly fired, they were clearly not put on a shelf to be admired or worshipped.

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AMA — “World League”West London’s own AMA is not to be taken lightly.

It’s an incredible story, and it’s something we don’t take lightly.

It wasn’t long before Bernie memes were, to put it lightly, everywhere.

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This transcript has been lightly edited for length and clarity.

The average hornet visit was about 100 seconds at lightly spotted hives.

In the end, we cannot respond lightly to what has just happened in this country.