from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small incandescent electric light, used either in street- or house-lighting, as distinguished from the more powerful arc-light.
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Extremists and radical clerics - including one who has become kind of a bug-light of sorts, attracting young American jihadis - have posted a stream of I-told-you-so messages.
Instead, he went out to the Bay and stood looking across the water toward the bug-light.
It was a crumbling mass of ruins, lying out in water, possibly fifty feet -- the real house was a bug-light farther out in the Bay.
Larva membranes?) Or were they just beaming their magic bug-light amid the darkling vines?
If it serves as a bug-light for the world’s jihadists, all the better.
… your idea of entertainment is a six-pack and a bug-light.