Definition of Night-light
1. Noun. Light (as a candle or small bulb) that burns in a bedroom at night (as for children or invalids).
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Literary usage of Night-light
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Your Child from One to Six by Richard H. Granger, M.D. (1995)
"Do Children Need A Night Light ?—No, many children are more comfortable in ... But if the child does ask for a night light it is perfectly all right to put ..."
2. The Adventures of a Blockade Runner by William Watson (1893)
"Second voyage—Departure from Havana—Captain Dave sails same night— Light winds and calms—Plans to keep out of sight of cruisers—Narrow escape—We meet an old ..."
3. Shahmah in Pursuit of Freedom; Or, The Branded Hand by Frances Harriet Green (1858)
"... Evening of Delights—Resolves to be Disenchanted—Resolves the Enchantment is good—Restless Night—Light and Joy of the ..."
4. Annotations Upon Popular Hymns by Charles Seymour Robinson (1893)
"So worldlings quiet down at the last ; the fight has brought no victory, the weary march has caught no triumph ; the light is but a night-light, ..."
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