noun. ['ˈblæˌkaʊt'] a suspension of radio or tv broadcasting.
Words that Rhyme with Blackout
Example sentences of the word blackout
1. Noun, singular or mass
Pay particular attention to the beginning and end dates of longer blackout periods.
2. Preposition or subordinating conjunction
As with any sports broadcast, blackout restrictions may apply to some games.
noun. ['ˈblæˌkaʊt'] darkness resulting from the extinction of lights (as in a city invisible to enemy aircraft).
noun. ['ˈblæˌkaʊt'] partial or total loss of memory.
- state of mind
- memory loss
- posttraumatic amnesia
- retrograde amnesia
- anterograde amnesia
- transient global amnesia
- cognitive state
noun. ['ˈblæˌkaʊt'] a momentary loss of consciousness.
noun. ['ˈblæˌkaʊt'] the failure of electric power for a general region.
- power outage
- keep quiet