glowlamp definition

  • noun:
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • an electric powered lamp when the light is generated by the incandescence of a resisting substance (as carbon), induced because of the passageway through it of a current of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • a gas-discharge tube with a hot cathode; utilized in stroboscopes
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • An electric lamp where light is created by the incandescence of a resisting compound (as carbon), induced because of the passageway through it of an ongoing of electrical energy. See electric light, under electric.
    • a gas-discharge pipe with a hot cathode; used in stroboscopes
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • an electrical lamp when the light is created by the incandescence of a resisting substance (as carbon), induced by the passage through it of a current of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • a gas-discharge pipe with a hot cathode; used in stroboscopes
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • an electric powered lamp where the light is from the incandescence of a resisting substance (as carbon), induced because of the passageway through it of a present of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • a power lamp where light is generated by the incandescence of a resisting substance (as carbon), caused by the passage through it of an ongoing of electrical energy. See electric light, under electric.
    • a gas-discharge tube with a hot cathode; utilized in stroboscopes
    • a gas-discharge pipe with a hot cathode; found in stroboscopes
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • An electric lamp where the light is created by the incandescence of a resisting material (as carbon), caused by the passageway through it of a current of electrical energy. See electric light, under electric.
    • a gas-discharge pipe with a hot cathode; found in stroboscopes
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • an electric powered lamp where light is made by the incandescence of a resisting compound (as carbon), caused by the passageway through it of an ongoing of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • An aphlogistic lamp.
    • an electric powered lamp where light is from the incandescence of a resisting substance (as carbon), caused by the passage through it of a present of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • a gas-discharge pipe with a hot cathode; used in stroboscopes
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • An incandescent lamp.
    • a gas-discharge pipe with a hot cathode; used in stroboscopes
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An aphlogistic lamp. See aphlogistic.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • An incandescent lamp. See Incandescent, a.
    • a power lamp where light is created by the incandescence of a resisting substance (as carbon), induced by the passageway through it of a present of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • a gas-discharge tube with a hot cathode; used in stroboscopes
    • an electric powered lamp in which the light is generated by the incandescence of a resisting material (as carbon), caused because of the passage through it of an ongoing of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • an electric powered lamp when the light is made by the incandescence of a resisting substance (as carbon), caused by the passage through it of an ongoing of electricity. See electric light, under electric.
    • a gas-discharge tube with a hot cathode; found in stroboscopes
    • a gas-discharge tube with a hot cathode; utilized in stroboscopes

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