high beam

  1. the beam of a car's headlights that provides distant illumination
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How To Use high beam In A Sentence

  • At least it stayed low enough to avoid a repeat of the high beamers he hurled at Brendon McCullum earlier this year and at Marcus Trescothick in the one-day series against England three weeks ago.
  • Beside this the oratory has a high beamed ceiling, an exposed stone wall and views over the garden to the front and side.
  • These spoke openly of ropes being thrown over high beams and tar and feathers brought into play.
  • In the haunting, even epicene strains of the suite's final entry in E flat minor, the high beams of his immaturity shine so bright as to burn a hole in its very fabric.
  • At night, the light of candles and hanging lamps rose into the darkness so the high beamed ceiling was barely visible.
  • As a means of phase conjugation. SBS(stimulated Brillouin scattering) can increase the power of solid lasers with high beam quality.
  • Your attention drifts away from the task at hand just as a car comes around the corner with its high beams on.
  • Bright high beams glare suddenly with red brake lights, a symphony of luminosity.
  • The double-clad fiber laser has the advantages of simple structure and high reliability, high output power, high conversion efficiency, high beam quality.
  • When driving, do you flash your high beams and tootle your horn before overtaking? Slow Down, Bike Path Racer! « PubliCola
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