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noun as in eye

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We stood on its head for several minutes, watching tiny headlights pierce the twilight below.

Base models boast LED headlights, heated outside mirrors and smartphone compatibility.

Hospitals have frozen, like deer in the headlights, and put in place questionable policies.

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The larger model, which is slated to have working headlights and taillights, sold out within hours.

The teal color is a nice touch, as are the lighted headlights.

As he drove through the headlight-broken darkness now, other cars passed him bringing other men home from other jobs.

So if you are stopped for jaywalking or driving with a broken headlight, the police can ask to see your papers.

Away off to the southwest a bright light showed briefly—the headlight of a Santa Fe train, he guessed it must be.

One of the men stood on the track waving the red lantern; we could see him plainly in the glare of the headlight.

Close below the headlight was a moving shadow they finally made out as company men, they could not tell how many.

As the train rolled up, the headlight flashing far down the track and the steam hissing from the engine, I turned weak all over.

The pilot doubled back into the ponies, and the headlight was scoured with nut, pea, and slack; but the stack was hardly bruised.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to headlight, such as: oculus, eyeball, lamp, orb, baby blue, and globe.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.