Definition of Lampposts

1. Noun. (plural of lamppost) ¹



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Definition of Lampposts

1. lamppost [n] - See also: lamppost

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lampposts

lampoon
lampoon artist
lampoonable
lampooned
lampooner
lampooneries
lampooners
lampoonery
lampooning
lampoonry
lampoons
lampost
lamposts
lampp
lamppost
lampposts (current term)
lamprel
lamprels
lamprey eel
lampreys
lampricidal
lampricide
lampricides
lampriform
lampriforms
lamproite
lamproites
lampron
lamprons

Literary usage of Lampposts

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1. The Electrical Engineer (1893)
"... and also tenders for 25 street lampposts for the various streets in the borough, 18ft. high to the neck of the post, and of the design now submitted ..."

2. Report by New York (N.Y.) Dept. of Water Supply, Gas and Electricity (1908)
"It shall be the duty of the Commissioner of Police to order the policemen when patrolling their beats to report all public lampposts in commission that are ..."

3. Electrical Review (1891)
"Artistic lampposts.—Great outcry has been made in Paris over the arc lampposts in the Place du Carroussel, which have been described as " gibbets," out of ..."

4. Annual Report (1903)
"It is proposed to install short lampposts, each holding a cluster of about ... The lampposts will be located approximately as shown in the blueprint plan. ..."

5. Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations by John Forrest Dillon (1911)
"... such as using the streets for the mains and for placing lampposts, and making contracts or adopting ordinances proper to the execution of the power, ..."

6. The Public Ledger Building, Philadelphia: With an Account of the Proceedings by George William Childs (1868)
"Each of these lampposts contains upon the base, in relief, the inscription: "1836. ... The tops of these lampposts are furnished with candelabras of an ..."

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