Definition for gaslit (2 of 2)
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 gaslit
Something very energetic, certainly—to seize some drugs, perhaps, and rush excitedly with him through the gaslit streets.The Man from Archangel|A. Conan Doyle
Captain George Percy Cavendish, standing at the window, looking abstractedly out at the starlit and gaslit street, was thinking.A Changed Heart|May Agnes Fleming
Acting on impulse at last, she took council with John, securing him as her companion in the gaslit walk from a concert.Magnum Bonum|Charlotte M. Yonge
In this gaslit gut of a place, which was as narrow and circumscribed as a gallery in a mine, one was well-nigh suffocated.
In the gaslit kitchen, surrounded by steaming linen, Victoria wrote a little feverish note in pencil.A Bed of Roses|W. L. George