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emergency lights

noun as in warning lights

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When the emergency lights came on, Shanar saw four or five guys rush past her with fire extinguishers on their backs.

Five additional buildings were paired with five dorms that still had power—or at least emergency lights and electricity.

He had flagged her down on the side of the road in a Dodge pickup truck with its flashing emergency lights on.

Emergency lights buried in the floor lead to all the doors and the doors are all fitted with escape slides.

Similar emergency lights and back-up white light strips adorned Beulah's stern.

Ben kept the emergency lights on while they eased carefully cross-stream to the north and the safety of the police lane.

The headlamp bathed the other car in a white glare, punctuated with angry red flashes from the emergency lights.

A moment later the emergency lights glowed weakly and Connel and the big Venusian cadet began a quick inspection of the ship.

The rule does not specify the number of exit and emergency lights required.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to emergency lights, such as: 4-way flashers, flashers, four-way flashers, hazard lights, and idiot lights.

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