natural light

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natural light (uncountable)

  1. Light as supplied by the sun
    • 1960 December, “New G.E. Line diesel loco maintenance depot at Stratford”, in Trains Illustrated, page 766:
      Continuous runs of patent glazing in the roof and walls, down to some 6 ft. above ground level, provide abundant natural light.
    • 2022 March 23, Stefanie Foster, “Updated designs unveiled for HS2's Euston Station”, in RAIL, number 953, page 22:
      A bold geometric roof design is planned to allow natural light to flood onto the station concourse.
  2. (archaic) innate wisdom or knowledge
    • 1662, Henry More, An Antidote Against Atheism, Book I, A Collection of Several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry More, p. 22:
      "...unless we will wink against our own natural Light, we are without any further Scruple to acknowledge That God does exist."