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Definition of Dayglo
1. luminously brightly coloured [adj]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Dayglo
Literary usage of Dayglo
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The South Sea Islander: Containing Many Interesting Facts Relative to the (1820)
"... beginning the first Tuesday in January, 1795, as a day of extraordinary prayer, for the revival of religion, and hastening the latter-dayglo- ..."
2. WMD Machete by Mark Plimsoll (2006)
"My heart went out to the prematurely aged women with five kids camped out on downtown sidewalks to sell things, dayglo candies made of sugar and coconut, ..."
3. The Elizabethan Clergy and the Settlement of Religion, 1558-1564by Henry Gee by Henry Gee (1898)
"dayglo, T.,sig., 121. Dead, prayers for the, 64. Deane, Andrew, sig., 117. — I., rig., 104. — Reginald, abs, 84. ..."