Sidelight

A sidelight is a window, usually with a vertical emphasis, that flanks a door. Sidelights are narrow, usually stationary and found immediately adjacent doorways. While most commonly found as supporting elements emphasizing the importance of a primary entrance, sidelights may be employed at any interior or exterior door where a visual emphasis is d...
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sidelight

running light noun light carried by a boat that indicates the boat`s direction; vessels at night carry a red light on the port bow and a green light on the starboard bow
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Sidelight

A vertically framed area of fixed glass, often subdivided into panes, flanking a door.
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Sidelight

A vertically framed area of fixed glass, often subdivided into panes, flanking a door.
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sidelight

coloured lights on side of a ship under way at night
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sidelight

coloured lights on side of a ship under way at night
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sidelight

lamp or light above or at the side of a door
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Sidelight

Light from the side of an actor facing the audience. Side lighting is often used in dance, as it emphasizes the entire body and movement.
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sidelight

navigation light positioned generally at the side of a vessel, and designed to show either a fixed green light to the starboard or a fixed red light to the port side of the longitudinal axis of the vessel but not rearwards
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sidelight

[n] - light carried by a boat that indicates the boat`s direction
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