Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A trademark for fluorescent coloring agents and materials. This trademark sometimes occurs in print in lowercase.

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  • noun A luminous paint that glows in a variety of brilliant colours though most commonly red or orange; used especially for outdoor advertising.

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Examples

  • Between the time Id written the list and now, Id shadowed all the letters in the title with Day-Glo Sharpies.

    The Geek Girl's Guide to Cheerleading

  • Between the time Id written the list and now, Id shadowed all the letters in the title with Day-Glo Sharpies.

    The Geek Girl's Guide to Cheerleading

  • Think about it: You chuck it all, buy a used VW bus, paint some Day-Glo flowers on it and hit the road, permanently.

    The pigeon at the table (cont.)

  • The good news upon re-entering the building was that in our absence someone had repainted the Day-Glo lobby white.

    David Serchuk: New York City Apartment Hell Pt. 4

  • He told me Henry was with two men in Day-Glo yellow jackets who appeared to be Irish travellers in the building business.

    Henry’s Demons

  • In some ways they are a throwback to an earlier era of skiing, where Day-Glo headbands and water-proofed jeans were the norm, Jonny Mosely turning hot Dinner Roll tricks that wouldn't make a head turn at a 21st Century suburban skate park.

    Canada wins first gold in men's moguls; U.S. takes bronze

  • An air of both claustrophobic and precarious social composition is stressed through work in oil and Day-Glo paint, or stone lithograph printmaking from photographs taken of precisely posed models.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • The good news upon re-entering the building was that in our absence someone had repainted the Day-Glo lobby white.

    David Serchuk: New York City Apartment Hell Pt. 4

  • The conjunction of plush colors gives everything in the room a supersaturated Day-Glo kitchiness.

    Too Restless for the Rules

  • Liu Wei Collectors like Beijing hotelier Zhang Rui are fans of the younger Mr. Liu, who was born in Beijing in 1972 and is known for embracing an energetic variety of styles and materials, including Day-Glo abstractions.

    China's Rising Art Stars

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