verb (used with object), spot·light·ed or spot·lit, spot·light·ing.
verb (used without object), spot·light·ed or spot·lit, spot·light·ing.
- spotted adder,
- spotted alfalfa aphid
Origin of spotlight
Examples from the Web for spotlighting
Never did Glee lose its commitment to spotlighting sensitive issues.'Glee' 100th Episode: The Sad Ballad of an Elderly Trainwreck|Kevin Fallon|March 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Eleanor Clift on how they are spotlighting cuts in GOP districts.Republicans Feeling Sequester Pain as Democrats Highlight Local Cutbacks|Eleanor Clift|March 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
CORNISH: Now, what about some of the other business people Romney is spotlighting?
While spotlighting several Patriot memes, the first book in the trilogy has an almost militant multicultural drumbeat.The Patriot Movement’s New Bestseller Tests Their Anti-Racism|J.M. Berger|June 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
verb -lights, -lighting, -lit or -lighted (tr)
see in the limelight (spotlight); steal the show (spotlight).