Examples of torchlight in a Sentence
The men worked by torchlight.
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In the 1920s and ‘30s, members of the Ku Klux Klan marched in torchlight parades, harnessing the theater of terror.
Trump certainly has revived certain aspects of the political excitement of the 1930s: Nazi torchlight parades, presidential attacks on the media as enemies of the people, and street battles between armed extremist factions.
The torchlight parade drew sharp condemnations from Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer and U-Va.
But Saturday night, a throng of more than 200 chanting, banner-waving Caltech scholars conducted a torchlight procession through the streets of Burbank to carry a protest to the steps of the National Broadcasting Company.
In Charlottesville, Virginia, a court injunction temporarily halted the city's plans to sell its Robert E. Lee monument while alt-right leader Richard Spencer led a torchlight protest this past weekend reminiscent of Klan rallies of the past.
The two have decided to incorporate this into the game mechanics – if Simian fails to stay inside the torchlight, he’ll be erased out of existence.
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TORCHLIGHT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of torchlight for English Language Learners
: the light from a burning torch
: the light from a flashlight
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