Recent Examples of flashbulb from the Web
USA TODAY Sports was invited to be part of the filming, with this writer dressed up as a 1930s-style reporter, complete with a flashbulb-popping camera set-up and a hat with a press card tucked into the brim.
According to Today, Tomososki began to see flashes in his vision, similar to the spots that occur when a picture is taken with a flashbulb.
In 1905, when McCarthy was traveling the Northwest, even flashbulbs had not been perfected or made available to amateurs, rendering photography on cloudy days frustrating, and at night, impossible.
And the two cases are a reminder that for people promoting awards movies, the performance doesn’t stop until the last flashbulb pops on Oscar night.
No sooner had Damian Jackson grounded out, the cheers grew for Gwynn and flashbulbs went off around the stadium.
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FLASHBULB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flashbulb for English Language Learners
: an electric bulb that produces a very bright flash of light for taking photographs
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