One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A powerful outdoor electric light with a concentrated beam that can be turned in the required direction.
- ‘Eighty-eight powerful searchlights are used, each with a 7,000-watt bulb.’
- ‘Then without warning large searchlights lit up all around the base of the tower and pointed up.’
- ‘They also move about unrestrained by razor wire, searchlights, locks or electric fences.’
- ‘During WWII searchlights were beamed continuously across Sydney Harbour as a deterrent to the Japanese.’
- ‘The contact boat was only two miles from Grafton, and a chase ensued, with the suspected smugglers being illuminated by powerful searchlights.’
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