Recent Examples of strobe from the Web
The first is a physical plant which places officers in a tangible environment using non-lethal training rounds, smoke, fire alarms, strobes, and other special effects.
Other prohibitions include strobe lights, lasers or lights from a sports court between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.
His deep, rich voice coupled with his guitar skills and accompanied by a strobe-light display captured the emotional core of the song.
Jackhammers, strobe lights and sudden blackouts add to the play's provocative and shocking torture scenes.
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.
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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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