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  • noun Plural form of nightlight.

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Examples

  • They tuck their little girls into their beds and tell them stories full of friendly unicorns and giant penguins and they rig up nightlights.

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  • We got the kids to bed, which took a really long time because they didn't have their nightlights or music.

    You Say Emergency List. I Say the Pile.

  • Everyone else was still laughing, even Cologne, whose face was lit from below by the LED nightlights the church people had brought us, making him look like a nine-year-old telling ghost stories with a flashlight under his chin.

    It Wasn't Me.

  • They tuck their little girls into their beds and tell them stories full of friendly unicorns and giant penguins and they rig up nightlights.

    Monsters

  • As I've found in my own tests, although a new LCD or plasma HDTV may draw a fair amount of current when it's on, it will consume next to nothing when off -- while an older CRT set can require a few nightlights 'worth of juice full time.

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  • If you happened to be a chronic user of nightlights as a child, this branding project by Ashley Payne might be right up your alley.

    Zune Bug by Ashley Payne » Yanko Design

  • Scientists at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio have developed glasses, nightlights and light bulbs designed to block blue light, therefore altering a person's circadian rhythm, which leads to improvement in ADHD symptoms and sleep disorders.

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  • Arbogast loves Bodrul Khalique's quietly creepy SPÖKA nightlights, sold by Ikea.

    Arbogast recommends: SPÖKA

  • At first, I was afraid to read it because I figured they were just asking for their lights back I've been using them as nightlights so I can find my way to the bathroom, but it actually turned out to be a link to a highly impressive BMX trick called a "flair to footjam."

    The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Crappy Weather

  • How To Prepare: Stock up on nightlights and spray-tan.

    Rob Kutner: Today's Sign of the Apocalypse: Island Fever

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