- n. A lamp that illuminates a street or sidewalk.
- From street + lamp (Wiktionary)
“The street was empty and dark except for the yellow glow of one streetlamp at the end.”
“The hero may be able to cut through doors and other hard obstacles, or fashion bandages out of a shirt, or maybe even knock a streetlamp onto an enemy.”
“I sit and throw off the sheet, pull back the curtain on the dark lawn, empty street, the stark light of the streetlamp.”
“I twist to look again past the curtains, but the paved street, the streetlamp, is gone.”
“Some of the most arresting pictures are night scenes: a barn rising out of a snowy field, its roof luminous in the moonlight, or the crossroads, which Ault painted numerous times, ominous and uncanny in the raw light of a single streetlamp, hung overhead on a wire.”
“His characteristic themes are announced: a lonely clapboard house; a pedestrian under a streetlamp, seen from above; an isolated brownstone; a seamstress at a window.”
“I saw it under the light of the streetlamp outside my house.”
“The band inside is slashing into a reel, and I stand under the glow of the lone streetlamp, listening.”
“Julia was waiting for him to finish his shift at the Crown, sitting on the bonnet of her little Fiat using the light of a streetlamp to read her book.”
“He stood with his head slightly bowed, pale gray hair covering his features, outlined by the streetlamp behind him.”
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