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gaslit

[ gas-lit ]
/ ˈgæsˌlɪt /
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adjective
having illumination provided by burning gas: gaslit streets.
of or resembling a time, especially the 1890s, when gaslight was widely used: the gaslit era.
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Origin of gaslit

First recorded in 1830–40; gas + lit1
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