Definitions

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  • noun UK Plural form of gaslight.

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Examples

  • “Oh, Yetta, because,” Rahel snapped back, shoving open the door of their apartment and reaching up to turn on the gaslights.

    Uprising

  • Several gaslights had been lit, forming a semicircle of illumination.

    G'lder

  • A silver Jaguar convertible with black-tinted windows glinted beneath the gaslights.

    Etched in Bone

  • “Oh, Yetta, because,” Rahel snapped back, shoving open the door of their apartment and reaching up to turn on the gaslights.

    Uprising

  • It is all a world away from my first experience of indoor nets above a Wandsworth garage, at Alf Gover's, with its gaslights and linseed locker-room.

    No spin required as the ECB gets its coaching house in order

  • A silver Jaguar convertible with black-tinted windows glinted beneath the gaslights.

    Etched in Bone

  • A silver Jaguar convertible with black-tinted windows glinted beneath the gaslights.

    Etched in Bone

  • A silver Jaguar convertible with black-tinted windows glinted beneath the gaslights.

    Etched in Bone

  • “Oh, Yetta, because,” Rahel snapped back, shoving open the door of their apartment and reaching up to turn on the gaslights.

    Uprising

  • He turns down all the gaslights in the house the house so everything gets dim.

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