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He crossed the large ante-room with its columns of jasper supporting a gallery with balusters surmounted by bronze candelabras.
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
The candelabras were lighted, the table was covered, and all the meats and drinks appeared upon it.
RUSSIAN FAIRY TALESR. NISBET BAIN
No fewer than four silver candelabras, holding great waxen torches, served to illuminate this apartment.
IVANHOEWALTER SCOTT
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.
Abbé Samuel thought it necessary, however, to light the candelabras on the chimney.
The table was set for twenty-six—and standing on it were elegant gilt candelabras.
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.
A FRIEND OF CAESARWILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Our foolish modern pompous candelabras seem intended to illuminate the ceiling, rather than to give light on the plates, &c.
Hollowed turnips provided candelabras, which were stuck around the walls and suspended from the roof.
THE STORY OF THE MORMONSWILLIAM ALEXANDER LINN

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