[ UK /flˈæʃbʌlb/ ]
[ US /ˈfɫæʃbəɫb/ ]
  1. a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph
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How To Use flashbulb In A Sentence

  • Unfortunately, my attention is diverted to the two dozen photographers camped out below the stage; their flashbulbs pop like fireworks.
  • Don't fret though, Phil's been allowed back into the 'reality-based community' fold today with his latest tweet: "Also, that 'flashbulb' I saw in Draco was almost certainly an TDG - Science, Magick, Myth and History
  • The roar of the crowd could be heard inside the courtroom, where cameras rolled and flashbulbs popped.
  • Flashbulbs pop with resonance, the ship's engine throbbed with power.
  • The final scene shows her stepping onto a red carpet in a blaze of paparazzi flashbulbs.
  • The camera flashbulbs glowed, and the crowd which were waiting patiently for the celebrity from Australia to arrive, went berserk.
  • Then, in a move that brought the house down, she ran down the stairs and planted a kiss on his cheek as flashbulbs popped.
  • For example, the few photographs taken inside a dark doorway or unlit shrine exhibit dramatic shadows, but that was because Fagg did not use flashbulbs.
  • It's funny that the "fake news" program The Daily Show may edit its interviews to make the interviewee look silly, but in their news portion they always add the "flashbulb" effect between cuts to show that something's been edited out. CBS Sidesteps Questions About Editing Of McCain Interview
  • In flashbulbs they went owlish, lacquered in oil blue. Anis Shivani: Poetry Book Contests Should be Abolished: Why Contests Are the Stupidest Way to Publish First Books
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