His car, a lightly used Lincoln, was riddled with bullet holes.
And it often travels so lightly that you can forget you are clothed in its benefits.
No conceivable Egyptian government will lightly rip up the peace treaty Sadat signed with Begin.
Transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet, sprinkle rice flour over the top, and toss to lightly coat.
Garnish with purple Maori potato, vegetables and lightly fried kawakawa leaves.
Wide-eyed, he got lightly to his feet and started for the trap.
The moral customs of their countries were possibly held by them lightly.
But something had been said that could not be lightly passed.
But daddy's attentions were for few, and not to be lightly received.
Dulce, plucking some pale blossom, lifts it to her lips, and kisses it lightly.
Old English leohtlice "so as not to be heavy" (of material things, but also of sleep, blows, etc.); cognate with Old Frisian lichtelik, Old High German lihtlihho, German leichtlich, Old Norse lettlega (see light (adj.1)). Meaning "frivolously, indifferently" is from early 13c.