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  • n. Plural form of torchlight.


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  • My name in torchlights at the Dionysia Amphitheater.

    Artemis the Brave

  • A winding macadam driveway lined with graceful topiary bushes and gas torchlights led to the imposing main building, which was surrounded by acres and acres of lush, green lawn.

    The Opposite of Me

  • Old-school torchlights glowed all across the campus like a handful of low-hanging stars.

    Sweet Deceit

  • What was left of my breath whooshed from my lungs as I turned slowly on my heel, watching him go, his tanned, wet skin practically glowing from the reflection of the torchlights.

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

  • My cousins Julien and Christophe also helped me on these films holding the torchlights and moving the projectors.

    Iron Man Fan Film Interview, Part 1 | Fan Cinema Today

  • There were several dim torchlights out by what he could only assume was the harbor.


  • And I hope they have told him to avoid torchlights as a backdrop.

    Obama's rally in Berlin.

  • He, Sinclair, and Dunn, as well as Abraham Seeley and Josephus Greater from Erebus, had been working on the wall under the command of Erebus's first mate, Robert Orme Sergeant, when suddenly one of the larger blocks of ice just beyond the circle of lantern and torchlights had seemed to come alive.

    The Terror

  • The torchlights flickered, creating shadows that moved as if alive.


  • At night, a warm glow came from torchlights similar to those that lined the dock.

    The Summer I Dared


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