verb (used with object), gas·light·ed or gas·lit, gas·light·ing.
Origin of gaslight
Related formsgas·light·ed, gas·lit, adjectivegas·light·ing, noun
Examples from the Web for gaslight
Paxton was in the Army and visited the Village on the weekends to play gigs at the Gaslight and the Commons.
The opening title card to Inside Llewyn Davis tells us that it is winter 1961 at the Gaslight Café in Greenwich Village.
Lawson took it to the gaslight and, turning on the light, examined the picture.Overshadowed|Sutton E. Griggs
The gaslight, streaming down on the table, illuminates the outline of "the great country."Alaska|Ella Higginson
In the office stood a young man, going over some accounts by gaslight.Johnny Ludlow, Third Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
He ground his teeth and I noticed in the gaslight that his face was ghastly pale and his lips were blue.Doctor Therne|H. Rider Haggard
I don't know why, or how, I entered the shop; I only know that I found myself standing within the door in a blaze of gaslight.Willing to Die|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu