Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of klieg.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • There was something wet in her navel that bounced off the kliegs.

    Oscar and Me

  • There was something wet in her navel that bounced off the kliegs.

    Oscar and Me

  • Within an hour of the judge's slapdown, Bill Gates, lit by kliegs in the company TV studio in Redmond, Wash., flashed an icy, inappropriate smile as he vowed to win on appeal.

    Microsoft's Crapshoot

  • In choosing the Leader of the Free World, the candlepower of the kliegs shouldn't matter.

    Last Call

  • I dazzled millions in the brutal glare of kliegs on the red carpets of Hollywood, the flash of cameras at the Oscars, the sunlight on the beaches of Cannes.

    Dear Author: Romance Novel Reviews, Industry News, and Commentary » REVIEW: The Crossroads Cafe by Deborah Smith » Print

  • I dazzled millions in the brutal glare of kliegs on the red carpets of Hollywood, the flash of cameras at the Oscars, the sunlight on the beaches of Cannes.

    2007 February 01 | Dear Author: Romance Novel Reviews, Industry News, and Commentary

  • I dazzled millions in the brutal glare of kliegs on the red carpets of Hollywood, the flash of cameras at the Oscars, the sunlight on the beaches of Cannes.

    REVIEW: The Crossroads Cafe by Deborah Smith

  • Where countless individuals and groups are willing to go to bat for a fellow-citizen, to give him the benefit of the doubt over the official fiddling and foozling of police forces, diplomats and government spokespeople caught with their pants down under the kliegs.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Where countless individuals and groups are willing to go to bat for a fellow-citizen, to give him the benefit of the doubt over the official fiddling and foozling of police forces, diplomats and government spokespeople caught with their pants down under the kliegs.

    O Canada

  • Another cobblestone went into one of the kliegs, shattering the glass that fronted the light but not the light itself.

    Days Between Stations

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.