floodlight

[ fluhd-lahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF floodlight

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOODLIGHT

A floodlight turned the area in front of the gate into a patch of daylight.

A floodlight in the yard made the whole place as light as day.

Two new stars winked into being, on either side of the floodlight.

The glider had disappeared—all I could see was the floodlight.

Ivan Fitzgerald, who was carrying the floodlight, swung it slowly around.

We hadn't carried a floodlight with us—there was no need for one in the moonlight.

It waited a moment after his outburst, then crossed again to bow low in the floodlight of gold.

Jerry leaned forward in quivering preparedness as he saw, in the floodlight of radiance, the body of Winslow lying on the floor.

It was as if someone had snapped on a floodlight in a darkened room, and he saw something he had never seen before.

His smooth skin, under which the rounded muscles rolled easily, gleamed white beneath the glare of the floodlight.

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