What is another word for headlamp?

Pronunciation: [hˈɛdlamp] (IPA)

Headlamps are an essential tool for anyone who needs to move around in the dark, whether you're camping, hiking, working, or simply need to see while walking your dog. There are many different synonyms for the word "headlamp," each referring to a similar device that provides light while being worn on the head. Some common synonyms for headlamp include head torch, headlight, forehead light, head beam, and head lantern. These words all describe a device that attaches to your head, usually with an adjustable band, and projects a beam of light from the front of the device. No matter what you choose to call it, a headlamp is an invaluable tool in situations where you need your hands free but still need to see where you're going.

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Usage examples for Headlamp

He could see nothing but the radiance from the headlamp whirling like a meteor through the filmy haze; but the fierce vibration of everything, and the fashion in which the snow smote the glasses, as in a solid stream, showed the pace at which they were travelling.
"The Cattle-Baron's Daughter"
Harold Bindloss
Then, as Breckenridge glanced to the opposite side, the blaze of another headlamp dazzled his eyes and he had a blurred vision of a waiting locomotive and a long row of snow-smeared cars.
"The Cattle-Baron's Daughter"
Harold Bindloss
The engineer nodded, and the next moment Breckenridge, who had been watching the light of the headlamp flash along the snow beside the track, saw it sweep on, as it were, through emptiness.
"The Cattle-Baron's Daughter"
Harold Bindloss

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