What does calling someone a lamp post mean?
In complete confidence between the speaker and the listener, as of a forthcoming secret or rumor. Now, this is between you, me, and the lamppost, but I’m thinking about filing for divorce. Between you and me and and the lamppost, I hear that they’re going to lay off half the staff by the end of the week.
How do you describe lamp posts?
A lamp-post is a tall metal or concrete pole that is fixed beside a road and has a light at the top.
What do you call a lamp post?
In this page you can discover 7 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for lamppost, like: lamp-post, bollard, lamposts, railing, flagpole, lampost and gatepost.
What is the significance of the lamp post in Narnia?
He was the first Narnian encountered by Lucy when she came through the wardrobe. The two became fast friends. ❄️ ❄️In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, the lamppost functions as a beacon—showing the children the way not only into Narnia but also showing them the way back out.
What is a lamp post made of?
Lamp posts are usually made of aluminum, wood, and copper. Aluminum posts are generally made of tough, rust-free cast aluminum that is sanded or brushed to have different finishes.
Is lamp post one or two words?
Yes, the Concise (at least the version at WR, and the Oxford Dictionaries online version “World English” setting) does have “lamp post”, and that’s how I spell it. On the US setting it has “lamppost”.