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Definition of "light-tight" [light-tight]

  • Impervious to light; excluding the light perfectly. Compare air-tight.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "light-tight" in a sentence
  • "For each of the four evening experimental sessions, Dr. Creath and I placed four germanium leaves, as well as four geranium flowers, in a completely dark, light-tight chamber that was housed in a light-tight darkroom."
  • "After collecting thirty minutes of baseline data, we invited the respective angels to enter the light-tight chamber for thirty minutes."
  • "Both cameras can register single photons of light on their supersensitive CCD digital arrays; both can be programmed to take long-exposure pictures in completely darkened spaces in light-tight chambers and rooms over minutes or even hours."