Definition of Spotlights

1. Noun. (plural of spotlight) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of spotlight) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spotlights

1. spotlight [v] - See also: spotlight

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spotlights

spot welding
spotdesk
spotdesks
spotface
spotfaced
spotfaces
spotfacing
spotless
spotlesse
spotlessly
spotlessness
spotlessnesses
spotlight
spotlighted
spotlighting
spotlights (current term)
spotlike
spotlit
spots
spotshank
spottable
spotted
spotted Joe-Pye weed
spotted antbird
spotted bat
spotted bowerbird
spotted coral root
spotted cowbane
spotted crake

Literary usage of Spotlights

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Play Production in America by Arthur Edwin Krows (1916)
"that time at the Belasco Theater as inferior to an improved arrangement. j spotlights I cannot venture to say when the practise of following an actor about ..."

2. Play Production in America by Arthur Edwin Krows (1916)
"spotlights I cannot venture to say when the practise of following an actor ... The spotlights in balcony and gallery booths are too familiar to require ..."

3. Auto Data Book edited by Edwin Hess (1921)
"spotlights not allowed to be thrown on approaching vehicles. IOWA—Lighting devices of over 4 candle-power not permitted unless beams are so controlled that ..."

4. Consolidated supplement to the codes and general laws of the state of ...by California, James Henry Deering by California, James Henry Deering (1919)
"The term "spotlights" as used herein shall any light fastened to the ... V All spotlights used upon motor vehicles shall be so constructed arranged that no ..."

5. Plug Your Book: Online Book Marketing for Authors, Book Publicity Through by Steve Weber (2007)
"Amazon displays spotlights above all others, sometimes permanently. Because they're usually the first bit of independent information buyers see about your ..."

6. The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe (1888)
"He followed Killian down a hallway with more spotlights. ... Of the nine recessed spotlights, seven had been unscrewed or allowed to burn out. ..."

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