candelabrum[ kan-dl-ah-bruh m, -ab-ruh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF candelabrum
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANDELABRUM
The wax-candles of the candelabrum in front of her were flickering in the wind.
This from the 'Candelabrum' is only eight lines in length, but full of venom.
Blow out all the candles except the candelabrum on the table.
Quick as a passing sunshadow, his hand swept the candelabrum from the table.
The speaker lowered the candelabrum and set it upon the table.
We love the candelabrum with candles, with its finely, fashioned brass forms, Dutch and English.
"Put the candelabrum on this table—here," said Mrs. Kildair, indicating a large round table on which a few books were grouped.
In the middle, a long dining-table stood under the candelabrum.
While she was hesitating, Pats drew aside the tapestry and passed with the candelabrum into the chamber.
The candles in the candelabrum were already half burned down when Fran Dubois at last urged going to rest.