GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Illuminated by a lamp.
- adj. lighted by a lamp
“ “Can I go down on you?” he asks her because sitting on the bed Indian-style he can see, even in the lamplit dusk, he can see and smell her glistening.”
“I thought back to the night before, walking through the absolutely still streets, past the lamplit rooms and flickering televisions in the houses of the seers.”
“Cancer virus hunters needed to return to their lamplit virus again, but this time with new questions: What was the viral gene that had unleashed pathological mitosis in cells?”
“His primitive lamplit microscope, with which he could barely peer into the interior of cells, had no power to reveal the mechanism of inheritance.”
“Even in the lamplit and moonlit dark, Eugene recognised that potato face and shock of straw-coloured hair.”
“The vessel was a double-decker, its passenger windows lamplit, its beam big enough to withstand ten-foot seas.”
“It would be separated out by strange rituals, or by a festival or lamplit night market, or by people ringing bells inside their houses due to fear of odd supernatural occurrences in the streets.”
“Buncan stepped through the open doorway and peered down the lamplit corridor.”
“Because Professor Longhair is on stage whistling, a lamplit Moses laughing with filthy vigor and toddling fingers.”
“Two we leave the lamplit strands, with death not given”
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