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noun
Footlight  n.  One of a row of lights in the front of the stage in a theater, etc., and on a level therewith.
Before the footlights, upon the stage; hence, in the capacity of an actor.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Footlight" Quotes from Famous Books



... the other side the impartial critic rejoices to remark the presence of a great unity of gusto; of those direct clap-trap appeals, which a man is dead and buriable when he fails to answer; of the footlight glamour, the ready-made, bare-faced, transpontine picturesque, a thing not one with cold reality, but how much dearer ...
— Memories and Portraits • Robert Louis Stevenson



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