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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of floodlight.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. illuminated by means of floodlights

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Examples

  • Accessed directly from the new Terminal 5, the lobby is themed "Antarctica" and includes a fountain cascading out from a mirrored ceiling onto floodlighted ice blocks (£3,000 a night; sofiteheathrow. com).

    Lodging: Reason To Stay

  • Accessed directly from the new Terminal 5, the lobby is themed "Antarctica" and includes a fountain cascading out from a mirrored ceiling onto floodlighted ice blocks.

    Sure Beats the Airport Floor

  • He sat in the darkened stands, following the cuts and thrusts of floodlighted fencers, poised to spot some gallantry.

    Another Daunting Olympic Quest:

  • While electricity for Iraqis runs only a few hours a day, the embassy construction site is “floodlighted by night,” as a June 2006 Chicago Tribune piece succinctly put it.

    U.S. Embassy Building will Rival the Vatican

  • It would be beautiful tonight when it was floodlighted.

    That’s Amore

  • These kinds of luminance meters are especially suited for measuring floodlighted or transilluminated areas and not for measuring the luminous density at lamps and lighting fittings.

    4. Measurements at Lighting Installations

  • Its floodlighted brick facade was whitewashed, the mortar between painted blue; a red-white-and-blue striped canopy emblazoned with the club's name extended out from the front door.

    The Shape of Dread

  • Even without leaving the floodlighted main cavern, without leaving the marked paths, there were plenty of wonderfully beautiful walks to take.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • We were standing higher than the main floor and at one end of the room; the whole thing was softly floodlighted.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • The shanties and parked airjalopies of Junktown were floodlighted from above; lines of men were beating the brush and poking among them.

    The Fuzzy Papers

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