Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of glowlight.

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Examples

  • I had heard the slither as the reptiles fled from the glowlights.

    Artichoke

  • I would like to add some glowlights to my chair and figure out places to go at night.

    Elizabeth's present and future, plus a Teddy Bear Picnic!

  • I figure it as one would see it at night, a band a hundred yards perhaps in width, the footpath on either side shaded with high trees and lit softly with orange glowlights; while down the centre the tramway of the road will go, with sometimes a nocturnal tram-car gliding, lit and gay but almost noiselessly, past.

    A Modern Utopia

  • I had heard the slither as the reptiles fled from the glowlights.

    Nerilka's Story

  • Between the tiers, there were narrow open aisles bearing glowlights at intervals.

    Wandl the Invader

  • I figure it as one would see it at night, a band a hundred yards perhaps in width, the footpath on either side shaded with high trees and lit softly with orange glowlights; while down the centre the tramway of the road will go, with sometimes a nocturnal tram-car gliding, lit and gay but almost noiselessly, past.

    A Modern Utopia

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