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sidelight

1. either of the two navigational running lights used by vessels at night, a red light on the port and a green on the starboard
2. Brit either of two small lights on the front of a motor vehicle, used to indicate the presence of the vehicle at night rather than to assist the driver

Sidelight

A framed area of fixed glass, usually comprising a number of small panes; commonly one of pair of such lights, set vertically on each side of a door.

sidelight

sidelights with fanlight above door
A framed area of glass that does not open, typically composed of a number of small fixed panes; commonly one of a pair of such lights, set vertically on each side of a door.
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