Recent Examples of strobe from the Web
His deep, rich voice coupled with his guitar skills and accompanied by a strobe-light display captured the emotional core of the song.
These guys had a trick that would double the bandwidth on a cable at no cost thanks to a clocking mechanism (in layman's terms, a way of coordinating the behavior of different elements in a circuit) called data-strobe encoding.
Now there's highlighter—a whole lot of it—and finding your perfect highlighting powder, strobe cream, or glow stick is a little like Goldilocks testing out porridge.
JUSTICE Justice’s music is made for no place smaller than an arena, where multistory strobe lights can flash on every sequenced synthesizer note, and a basic, blasting 4/4 stomp sounds triumphal.
Please note: Julius Caesar contains the use of violence, nudity, live gunshot sounds, strobe, herbal cigarettes, haze, and fog.
There were strobe lights and bursts from a fog machine.
Two years after racial uprisings in Ferguson, Baltimore, and other cities helped cast a strobe light on the contemporary face of racial oppression in America, James offered the nation an eloquent reminder of how race continues to shape our lives.
Footage from Bell Isle police officer Brandon Cornwell’s body camera shows officers crouched behind the main bar as the strobe lights pulsed and flickered off the disco balls.
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Origin and Etymology of strobe
by shortening & alteration
First Known Use: 1942See Words from the same year
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