He wore a face alight with happiness.
My eye alighted on an old book.
Prepare to alight, for we are almost there.
The room was alight with lamps.
The bird alighted on the branch.
Her face was alight with happiness.
A sparrow alighted on the branch.
He finally alighted on a solution.
A pair of orioles alighted on the frisking branch of a weeping willow.
The lamps are alight.
At the end of his speech, the crowd caught alight and began cheering wildly.
讲在他演讲快结束的时候, 人群情绪激昂, 狂热欢呼。
From the alighting board comes not as of old the spirituous, fragrant smell of honey and bitterness, and the whiff of heat from the multitudes within.
His eyes are alight with curiosity.
A covey of terns alighted on the Nautilus.
His black eyes were alight with malice.
His pale, pointed face was alight with malice.
When he finds one, he alights and mates.
He set the dry leaves alight.
Having set their lamps alight, these would go off to sleep.
Obviously, in some cases, this can mean to alight.
The building in the capital Ankara was set alight.
At Eton they alighted on the roof of Upper School.
Just then a bee alighted on one of the nettle flowers.
Children who have seen their grandparents locked in houses that were set alight.
It set alight the entire biomass of earth and cooked the atmosphere.
There was his mother, alight with happiness, arm in arm with his dad.
Wherever the Robin alighted a little shower of snow would fall off the branch.
As they approached his fleet they were set alight and destroyed his ships in camp.
The roof of the main building was alive with the alighting and departure of helicopters.
The whole surface of the water was alight with sparks now.
They alighted on the marigold path and bounded across and into the Land of the Living.
Two ducks landing on open water remind him of reading and suddenly alighting on a good phrase.