Streetlight

(redirected from Streetlamp)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Streetlight

One of a series of lamps at the top of posts along a street or similar public location.
References in periodicals archive ?
Streetlamp poles divide the pictures vertically like Barnett Newman's zips, and activate as well the thin slices of negative space between the prints.
If we only boiled the water needed we would save enough power to light every streetlamp in the country.
Ask students to come up with examples of different types of light (sunlight, morning light, the light at dusk, light from a streetlamp, light from a light bulb, etc.
Sitting on shadowy park benches or leaning casually against a streetlamp, male sex workers often defy the stereotypes--they just don't "look" like prostitutes, whatever that means.
But the light pollution that wounds might just as well be the glaring neon of a streetlamp outside the window or the glare of headlights on a nearby dual carriageway.
Something startles me--my shadow overtaking me under the streetlamp.
Curtains are open and a streetlamp outside cuts through the space in my room.
This improves performance and safety, and can yield valuable savings for operators such as city authorities, as the total cost of replacing a streetlamp can be as much as $700.
Gordon said: "We are already in discussion with several local councils and an energy company to introduce Windsave Streetlamp projects.
THE barmaid has finally draped the towel over the taps in the snug and old Daisy and Stan, full of stout and goodwill, have just waddled into the glow of the streetlamp.
Plant a reblooming bearded iris near a nighttime light source like a streetlamp or porch light," suggests Maryott, "and prepare yourself for a colorful change in your winter landscape scheme.