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  • n. The light emitted by a laser.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A beam of light from a laser.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a beam of light generated by a laser


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  • He had time to see that the burning eye of the thing was actually the dot of his laser beam and also to see several of his slugs hit home, tearing into the spinning, flapping bat-thing, but the screaming continued — grew worse, if anything.


  • They had a laser beam show that out-Disneyed Disney.

    Barbara Bush

  • The rainbow-colored laser beam lanced out from the Temple, shooting in a dead-straight horizontal linewestward, out across the Nile, out over the fields on the west bank, out toward…

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • Only, Sarah Fortemeyer is not the good kind of space alien—the kind who could tell you interesting facts about life on Mars, or who could give you lessons in advanced space alien laser beam technology.

    Phineas L. MacGuire . . . Gets Slimed!

  • An instant later, a red laser beam appeared, emanating from the nose of the hovering chopper, targeting the powerboat with a missile.

    Deception Point

  • To the laser beam carrying it between the outside copper mirror on Phoenix Two to the duplicate mirror on Phoenix One, a hundred and forty kilometers was no distance at all compared to the work it would finally be called on to do, maintaining communications between Cape Kennedy and the mission, once it was arrived at Mars.

    The Far Call

  • Pretty soon, his laser beam was going to get all dim and fizzly.

    Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware


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