candelabras

[ kan-dl-ah-bruh, -dl-ey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF candelabras

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Abbé Samuel thought it necessary, however, to light the candelabras on the chimney.

There were some marching with candelabras on their backs and nothing in their carnassieres.

There was gas to be found in the dining-room, but the reception-rooms were furnished with lamps and candelabras.

There was no moon, but a trembling flame on one of the candelabras threw a dull, ruddy glow over his white dress and snowy turban.

These candelabras the archbishop from time to time took, one under each arm, and made a step or two towards the congregation.

The candelabras were lighted, the table was covered, and all the meats and drinks appeared upon it.

The candelabras on the mantel-piece were lit, for it was still dark; and a bright fire was burning, but the room was not yet warm.