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-lite stone, mineral, or fossil.
-lyte1 a substance capable of being decomposed by (such) a process.
-lyte2 variant of -lite.
delete to remove or eliminate (written words, sentences, or the like) by crossing out, cutting out, or erasing.
dilate to make wider or larger; enlarge; expand. [3 definitions]
dilute to make (a solution) thinner or less concentrated by adding more solvent. [4 definitions]
lately recently.
libel in law, written or printed matter that is false, damages a person's reputation or material well-being, and arises from malice or extreme negligence. (See slander.) [5 definitions]
literate able to read and write. [6 definitions]
literati those who are accomplished in scholarly or literary fields; intelligentsia.
litigate to make the subject of legal proceedings; contest in a court of law. [2 definitions]
little small in size. [10 definitions]
platelet any of numerous small disk-shaped bodies found in the blood of vertebrates and associated with clotting.