- n. usually in plural The setting of an automobile's headlights adjusted to brighten a longer distance in front of the car, than when on the normal (low-beam) setting.
“If you see an animal on the side of the road, slow down, and, when traffic permits, put on your high-beam lights for greater visibility ..”
“No doubt we have made great strides in moving our schools toward more academic rigor -- and my colleagues at the Thomas Fordham Institute have provided a wonderful service to our states by holding a high-beam flashlight on state learning standards.”
“The old car's making a clicking noise somewhere underneath the high-beam switch and the damn things won't turn on.”
“It penetrates beyond the superficial arguments on the cable news shout-fests and goes deeper than the media's high-beam focus on Washington personalities.”
“The car is equipped with automatic head lamps and high-beam assist.”
“He materialized somewhere darker than night and instantly produced a high-beam flashlight.”
“Outside the car the desert faded into blackness just beyond the high-beam lights.”
“If you see an animal on the side of the road, slow down, and, when traffic permits, put on your high-beam lights for greater visibility.”
“If you see an animal on the side of the road, slow down, and put on your high-beam lights for greater visibility.”
“Based on the acclaimed novel by Tom Perrotta, Todd Field's unsettling, often irreverent portrait of suburban malaise features a cathartic performance by Winslet, whose singular talents are on high-beam display.”
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