Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling strobe lighting.

Etymologies

strobe +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The flashes of lighting bounced strobelike around us and made me woozy.

    No Mercy

  • Over the rooftop of the building across the street the sky was alight with strobelike flashes from the mortar barrage that was hitting the southern edge of town.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • The twin red taillights and strobelike headlights, powered by friction, are on whenever the bike is moving.

    New Bikeshare program provides wheels to casual cyclists in D.C., Arlington

  • Pulsing strobelike flashes from emergency lights punctuated the darkness, while bright beams directed at the fires helped the firefighters who were battling the two separate blazes to see what they were doing.

    TRIAL BY FIRE

  • We played Texas hold 'em on the fold-down table and drank wine as sunlight streamed through the hardwood forest, creating a strobelike effect in the car.

    Jim Robbins: Will America Wake Up to Rail Travel?

  • The dancing, flickering parade of colors glowing from the television set cast strobelike shadows across the stacks of boxes crowding what was supposed to be her living room.

    The Good House

  • White stars flashed before her eyes. the aftermath of the strobelike white fire wall.

    Darksong Rising

  • A series of strobelike lights flashed overhead and seemed to knife into the ground near the players, lights so bright that the fall sun seemed dint After the strobes came a hot wind, nearly blistering.

    Darksong Rising

  • Flashing lights pulsed in quick, strobelike intervals.

    Flash

  • A siren wailed closer, and through the kitchen window they saw strobelike flashes of light as the ambulance pulled into the front yard.

    Bloodstream

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