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lit(1)

adjective; derivation
Used to describe a lively and fun party.
 
This word is typically used by partygoers of the college aged population. Lit is a metaphor that relates the action of lighting a smoking substance (tobacco, marijuana, etc.) to begin the effects of the drug to a party that has begun to exhibit its effects of fun and excitement. One might choose to use this word in particular because it is a short word, easy to say, and common in speech among other members of the age group. Example: This party is lit. Jones was so lit last night.
Etymology : Lit is a derivation of the word lit. Lit is past participle conjugation of the verb light.
Source : My friend (11/14/15)
Last modified: 6 December 2015


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