sound-and-light

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sound-and-light

[sound-uhn-lahyt]
adjective
combining sound effects or music with unusual lighting displays: to promote a product with a spectacular sound-and-light presentation.

Origin:
1960–65

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The town also hosts jousts, festivals and a sound-and-light show.
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