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light show

a form of entertainment consisting chiefly of constantly changing patterns of light and color, usually accompanied by music and sound effects.
Origin of light show
1965-70 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for light show
  • When a technician switches off the lights, radiation from the cylinders puts on a light show of royal blue.
  • Every day ends with a laser light show and fireworks display.
  • The lights have a control box that allows for an eight-function, four-way flashing light show.
  • The fine lines of light show the paths of tracer shells, and the broader lines are those of heavier guns.
  • At the same time there is a dazzling light show and non-nicotine smoke gushing from ceiling vents.
  • But since it's pointed away from us, all we'll get is a spectacular light show.
  • The sun and solar winds create this amazing light show when electrons from the sun collide with atmospheric atoms and molecules.
  • Visitors also have the option of purchasing a cheaper ticket that gets them entry only for the brief light show.
  • They then head down miners' slides to a subterranean salt lake for a sound and light show.
  • At night, a sound and light show is presented at the small ancient ruins on-site.
British Dictionary definitions for light show

light show

a kaleidoscopic display of moving lights, etc, projected onto a screen, esp during pop concerts
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