Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of searchlight.

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Examples

  • The searchlights were the major complaints and many pilots dealt with them by simply taping newspapers inside their windshields; they were flying by instruments or in clouds or fog so they were not looking out the windows anyway.

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  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

  • E.g., a doctor friend had no word for "searchlights" (at a store opening) and my cleaning woman could not give me the Spanish for "window sill."

    Trueque

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