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noun as in strobe light

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It’s nice to have the option to turn off the strobes, because even for people who do not have physiological reactions to them, they can become annoying after prolonged periods of time.

Its built-in 4000-milliamp-hour rechargeable battery allows for sustained use, and six onboard modes including strobe and low-energy red light make it a flexible choice for a variety of outdoor and emergency situations.

They’ll be far enough from cities to protect urban residents from noise and strobe-like flickering caused by blades’ shadows, but close enough for the power to be economically delivered through electrical transmission lines.

From Quartz

Halfway across the Brooklyn Bridge, sunlight strobing through its towering structure, I reached for my phone and pulled my gaze away from the Uber’s windows.

A dazzling cosmic strobe has ended an enduring astronomical mystery.

He stormed legendary spots like Palladium and Tunnel, and turned them into strobe-lit dens of iniquity.

The light glinted strobe-like off the brick façade and the air momentarily filled with the paparazzi sound of camera shutters.

The strobe lights in the cardboard bleachers flash and after a second take Coco nails her walk and gets whisked away for a nap.

Camera flashes from both onstage guests and the audience shutter like strobe lights.

That morning, I escaped from the school with my classmates at the prompting of a strobe-lighted fire alarm after shots rang out.

Even a portable strobe-light gives a couple of million watts for the forty-thousandth of a second.

I'm thinking—suppose I made the field with a strobe-light power-pack—or maybe a spot-welding unit.

My vision washed over pink, and a strobe pounded at the edges of my vision.

Mandibular strobe: a broad deep groove on outer side of mandible in some Coleoptera.

One strobe of Querto's sabre had severed his faithful head from his body.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to strobe, such as: blinking light, searchlight, sodium light, stroboscope, and stroboscopic light.

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