A scarecrow of a figure appeared suddenly in the rays of the head-lights.
Strange creatures of the night came and went in the golden glow of the head-lights.
At the corner of the terrace the head-lights swung dazzlingly on to her, and she threw up her arm as though they would blind her.
His eyes glowed like the head-lights of two engines, and revolved horribly in his head.
Suddenly the head-lights of a big steamer rise up behind us.
Once Dr. Jallup, watching the dust that lay modeled in sharp lights and shadows under the head-lights, mentioned lack of rain.
In the street the head-lights of the roadster shot divergent rays through the darkness.
And leaving Mr Tubes standing on the doorstep in vast surprise, the electric carriage turned its head-lights to the south again.
His head-lights illuminated hundreds of faces, anxious, sceptical, eager.
Billie switched on the head-lights and turned the car down the dark drive.