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lightship

light´ship`   Pronunciation: līt´shĭp`
n.1.(Naut.) A vessel equipped like a lighthouse, carrying at the masthead a brilliant light, and moored off a shoal or place of dangerous navigation where a permanent lighthouse would be impracticable, to serve as a guide for mariners; as, the Ambrose lightship off New York was rammed and damaged in 1950 by the Santa Monica.
Noun1.lightshiplightship - a ship equipped like a lighthouse and anchored where a permanent lighthouse would be impracticable
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Browse
lightly armoured
lightly-armed
Lightman
Lightness
Lightning
lightning arrester
lightning bug
lightning conductor
lightning discharger
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Lightning Hurler
lightning rod
lightproof
Lightroom
lights
lights-out
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Lightsome
lightsomely
lightsomeness
Lightweight
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