American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Light that is a mixture of wavelengths of various colors and is perceived as colorless, as sunlight.
- n. uncountable Light, having a mixture of frequencies, being perceived as having no specific colour; such as sunlight.
- n. countable A white-coloured light or lamp
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Physics) A kind of firework which gives a brilliant white illumination for signals, etc.
“Blood trickled hot from his nose as white light jittered like Times Square neon across his vision.”
“Over the years, Linkman had held a preference for the clarity of white light in illuminating targets (particularly those beyond 2000 metres range) compared with the mistier visions depicted in the various types of active and passive night vision instruments, with their restricted ranges of acquistion.”
“One composed of cool white light and rain-wet lilac and sage and shaped by silence.”
“A dead-straight beam of dazzling white light lanced down from the sky, from the surface of the Sun, and accompanied by a tremendousboom, it slammed into the Capstone atop the Great Pyramid.”
“Chief Justice Monahan made a short, impartial speech, throwing the dry, white light of truth upon the conflicting and passionate statements.”
“This they asked each other in hushed and breathless whispers, between the dazzling bursts of brilliant white light and its consort, the timber-rattling cannonade of thunder.”
“SPIRITUAL PREPARATION FOR MEDITATION 1. Spiritually open your meditation session with a protective affirmation such as: “May the great white light of God surround me and bring only those things that are good and right to me.””
“Fancy looked up and saw a full moon, its bright white light mirrored in the moonflowers.”
“Also on the south is the Marco Polo Shop and several other buildings, all with the bright white light outline.”
“The front door opened and inside the glare of white light from the street I saw the slightly stooped, simian silhouette of Joe Zeroski.”
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