Definition of In the light of

1. Preposition. In the illumination from (a source of light). ¹

2. Preposition. (figuratively chiefly UK) Based on conclusions derived from (a source of knowledge, evidence or inspiration). ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of In The Light Of

in the flesh(p)
in the future
in the game
in the gristle
in the groove
in the head
in the here and now
in the hopper
in the hospital
in the hot seat
in the know
in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
in the last analysis
in the lead
in the least
in the light of (current term)
in the limelight
in the long run
in the long term
in the loop
in the lurch
in the main
in the making
in the mean time
in the meantime
in the middle
in the midst
in the mind
in the money

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