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light show

noun as in display of colored lights

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Within about 140 milliseconds, the whole light show appeared to be over.

Thunderstorms certainly treat surface-dwellers to light shows, but there’s also plenty of activity we don’t see here on the ground.

It has disco floors, indoor and outdoor seating, two sound systems and a light show.

The stellar light show will peak right in the height of summer in mid-August.

Juno may also reveal the size of those light shows if it manages a closer look at one of the flashes.

They gave us three laptops (to run our light show) and a nice chunk of cash.

The stadium was filled with another light show, featuring winter sporting activities.

A sudden shutdown of the light-show symbolized the millions of lives lost in World War II.

A laser light show developed by performance artist boyChild shined down, with the artist also modeling a selection of looks.

He has no use for the mind-numbing bloat of Ringling Brothers nor does he like the light-show and acrobatics of Cirque du Soleil.

She had scarcely finished her lament when she saw a faint light show beside her window.

These leaves are smaller with crimped margin, and when held to the light show light green or yellow streaks between the veins.

There were houses on both sides of the streets, but only now and then did a light show through the impenetrable darkness.

The more a Christian knows of God, the more clearly does God's light show itself in him.

The variables found in them are all of short period and the changes of light show a noteworthy tendency to uniformity.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to light show, such as: phantasmagoria, play of light, shifting scene, son et lumiere, and sound-and-light show.

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