- n. alternative spelling of light switch.
“I loved Lipnack's "lightswitch" metaphor here: if you walk into a dark room, of all the hundreds of square feet of wall space available, you still grope around very specific places for the switch.”
“It certainly applies to buildings and is very tricky to reach a compromise with (how do you fit a lightswitch that will suit someone 3 foot tall and someone 8 foot tall.) foobar”
“Just think – in the near future, jumping on the interwebs might be as simple as flipping on your lightswitch!”
“Also, the guys are in an out fixing the doorbell/lightswitch/upstairs bedroom power problem, and the cat says her feet are cold.”
“A lightswitch, set low for use by a person in a wheelchair with limited arm movement, is more readily available for small children.”
“Dr. John Reilly, a co-author of the 2007 “Assessment of U.S. Cap-and-Trade Proposals,” has criticized the repeated misuse of his work to fabricate a “$3100 lightswitch tax” for setting global warming standards with a cap-and-trade system as “misleading,” “unrealistic,” and “silly.””
“Door view, click top box, on wall on left (lightswitch) 15.”
“Roaches boiled across grayish porcelain in the drain-plugged kitchenette when you flicked a lightswitch.”
“And speaking of lights, the woman graduated college in four years easy, but somehow never learned how to flick a lightswitch down, close a cabinet, or work the damn off button on the remote.”
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