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  • n. Plural form of lamplight.


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  • There are several small park-like areas lit with lamplights for picnicking.

    Homes With Great Gardens

  • A streetscaping project, begun in spring 2009, decked out Ferry Street with potted flowers and new lamplights.

    A Multicultural River Bend

  • From here he could see the little lamplights of Roundbrook flickering along the horizon.

    Kenny & the Dragon

  • Beyond all this winked a few bleared lamplights through the beating drops — lights that denoted the situation of the county-town from which he had appeared to come.

    Wessex Tales

  • Great iron trains take people from Paris to Saint-Germain, and with them and the new hissing lamplights, better times may have arrived.


  • The night sky was perfectly clear, and even with the lamplights along the sidewalk, he could see hundreds of stars dotting the sky.

    Saving Grace

  • There was a loud drumming in my head and lamplights hanging against a completely black sky.

    A Red Death

  • Looking over the Rio Grande, they could make out lamplights in Santiago and Esperanza, even the village of Truchas high in the Sangres, and the bright, pollenish haze of Santa Fe at the tail of the Sangres range.

    Stallion Gate

  • Between the slats of bamboo that walled the temple we could see the flicker of lamplights, and numerous people passing silently before them.

    The Serpent and the Rainbow

  • It seemed as though the lamplights shone on a solid wall of white, so thickly was the snow falling.

    The Moving Picture Girls Snowbound Or, The Proof on the Film


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