illlit

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illlit (comparative more illlit, superlative most illlit)

  1. ill lit, poorly lit, dim.
    • 1916, James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
      He walked on and on through illlit streets, fearing to stand still for a moment lest it might seem that he held back from what awaited him.
    • 2003, Ken MacLeod, Dark Light
      The narrow street was empty and illlit.