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  • noun Plural form of lamplight.

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Examples

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

    Homes with Gardens

  • 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 DIAMOND

  • 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

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

    THE DIAMOND

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

    THE DIAMOND

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

    A Red Death

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