[lahyt-ship] /ˈlaɪtˌʃɪp/

a anchored in a specific location and displaying or flashing a very bright for the guidance of ships, as in avoiding dangerous areas.
Abbreviation: LS.
a ship equipped as a lighthouse and moored where a fixed structure would prove impracticable


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