Definitions

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  • n. A portable rod used for illumination.

Etymologies

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light +‎ stick

Examples

  • All that's missing are the Chemical Brothers, the Cat in the Hat hats and a pacifier/lightstick stand.

    Somebody Save Us From All the Neon

  • Rummy: “Condi, hold this terrorists head down while I jam this lightstick in his ass.”

    Think Progress » New Report: Rumsfeld ‘Personally Involved’ In Torture Allegations at Gitmo

  • Costas took out a pencil-size lightstick, cracked it to mix the chemicals and then dropped it into a fissure.

    Crusader Gold

  • A lightstick, left from the Age of Legends, or so it was said.

    The Great Hunt

  • A stooped old man in a baggy coat was patiently and almost soundlessly trimming a hedge with a hand-guided lightstick.

    Catspaw

  • "She says you must teach us everything you know, take us out to the stars, bring us the hive queen and give her the lightstick that this new human brought with you, or in the dark of night she'll send all the brothers of this forest to kill all the humans in your sleep and hang you high above the ground so you get no third life at all."

    Speaker for the Dead

  • This ultra high-intensity lightstick can be used in wet or dry weather and provides the most visible light in low-light or dark situations.

  • We've heard they might give everyone a flashlight/lightstick.

    The Vancouverite

  • Next we see them, they're in the slimy catacombs the women had been in earlier, following the lightstick trail.

    Pink Raygun - News, Reviews and Interviews for Fangirls...and boys

  • And yeah, i never stopped any kid from taking more than one full sized candybar and lightstick, and

    jr conlin's ink stained banana

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