beam lights

plural noun
(in a theater or other auditorium) spotlights affixed to the ceiling of a stage setting, as distinguished from footlights, border lights, etc.

Origin:
1520–30, for an earlier sense

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If the offender tests positive while driving, the car's horn will sound, and its high beam lights will flash on and off.
Drive with your low beam lights on, even if you feel they affect your ability to see.
Clifton arrived with his truck and used the truck lights to illuminate the shovel, flashing the high beam lights on and off.
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