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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlightedlight‧ed /ˈlaɪtɪd/ adjective  1 a lighted window, room etc is bright because there is a light on inside2 a lighted candle, match etc is burning at one end opp unlit
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lightedI've got stories: equipment getting trashed, feet through speakers, Ginger would throw lighted cigarettes in my hair!On the white-painted wall of the lobby were several outsize representations of lighted cigarettes with a diagonal red line drawn through them.Gazzer could see Tony going into the lighted ticket-booth to read his comic.There's something about one lighted window in an otherwise dark building that teases the imagination.Only here and there, as I walked past the seafront hotels, I could see the occasional lighted window.I had no magic that could open to me any one of those dark doors, lighted windows.