Definition of skylighted in US English:

skylighted

(also skylit)

adjective

  • Fitted with or lit by a skylight or skylights.

    ‘skylighted rooms’
    ‘hunters who sit at the crest of a hill allow the turkey to see them skylighted against the horizon’
    • ‘An information desk and a gift shop on the entrance level lead out of a lofty skylit atrium.’
    • ‘The new skylighted third floor contains the living room and kitchen, where the best views are.’
    • ‘The entire design sits in a skylit atrium big enough for a game of football.’
    • ‘Vegetarians even have their own central section (the vegetarian bar) on the long buffet table, which is skylit by an unearthly golden glow.’
    • ‘The core of the installation is a suite of three galleries off the skylit courtyard of the building.’
    • ‘The larger section of the house is a double-height living room, skylit and giving onto a terrace.’
    • ‘The ‘hinge’ between old and the new construction is a glass-enclosed, skylit space for circulation.’
    • ‘Since then the school has erected two energy-efficient, skylit buildings and converted the pitched-roof schoolhouse into a library.’
    • ‘A vivid persimmon-colored wall and a skylit art partition add drama to the foyer.’
    • ‘Today was a typical Southern California day, sunny and hot, and the sun bore down on the Sports Club / LA through their dome-shaped skylighted atrium.’
    • ‘Inside, the skylit cylinder's concave interior seems a vast space to fill.’
    • ‘Ancillary rooms for changing, treatments and exercise are buried underground and skylit.’
    • ‘At the far end, this dimly lit corridor compresses itself so that your emergence into a luminous skylit dining room is all the more striking.’
    • ‘These sensors offer a great way to effortlessly control artificial lighting at window walls or in a skylighted atrium.’
    • ‘Several of the unit designs feature skylit dining rooms and living rooms.’
    • ‘You can also visit Santa Monica Place, a tri-level skylit galleria housing 570,000 square feet with 120 shops and eateries.’
    • ‘Inside, a skylit atrium runs the full length of the building, connecting its richly complex spaces.’
    • ‘The skylit bathtub wall - resurfaced several times since it was exposed in the debris removal process - will loom over the space.’
    • ‘Uniting them is a two-story, skylit atrium bringing daylight into the public areas.’
    • ‘Participants work in magnificent skylit studios and meet with prominent artists and critics.’

Pronunciation

skylighted

/ˈskīˌlīdəd/