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What does a lit Party mean?

What does a lit Party mean?

Fun, exciting
1. Lit. Meaning: Fun, exciting. As in: This party is lit.

What does get lit mean?

“The act of which a person is excited, or hype due to an upcoming event.” In addition to a person being turnt, being “lit” can also describe an exciting event, a cool person, or general awesomeness.

What is lit in literature?

Lit is defined as a common abbreviation for literature.

Is lit an adjective?

Lit can be a noun, a verb or an adjective.

What is the meaning of lit 🔥?

‘Lit’ has been a slang term meaning “intoxicated” for over a century. More recently, it has acquired the meaning “exciting,” as well as a broader meaning along the lines of “excellent.”

How do you use lit?

Lit sentence example

  1. Her smile lit up his day.
  2. She lit it and set it on the back porch.
  3. Those eyes lit up the whole of her thin, sickly face and made it beautiful.
  4. Jared’s eyes lit up with hunger.
  5. Half the street was in shadow, the other half brightly lit by the sun.

Is Lit still a thing?

Still, as the term changed in meaning to indicate that something is exciting, fresh or worthwhile, as when used in a phrase like “Come on down to the party, it’s lit!” usage propelled the term up our list in 2017 to first place where it remained for three solid years until early 2019.

What does Lit mean in the UK?

very good, enjoyable, or exciting
uk. /lɪt/ us. /lɪt/ very good, enjoyable, or exciting: That car is lit.

What can I say instead of lit?


  • ablaze,
  • alight,
  • bright,
  • brightened,
  • illuminated,
  • illumined,
  • light,
  • lightsome.

How do you use the word lit?

What are popular slang 2021?

Okay, Boomer, now try not to feel too old as you make your way through our guide for the top 2021 teen slang words and phrases.

  • Extra. This is another way of saying that someone or something is too much or over the top.
  • Salty.
  • Snatched.
  • Yeet.
  • Big yikes.
  • Finsta.
  • Periodt.
  • Flex.