Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He turned toward the hall door as if with the intention of lighting the chandelier.

She stood under the chandelier, and he saw at once the ravages that trouble had made in her.

His Highness held the bottle at an oblique angle with the chandelier.

The house was merely lighted by a chandelier from the centre.

Under the blaze of the chandelier and amid a chorus of "Babs darling!"

He has risen now, and is standing under the chandelier, drawn to his full height.

The edifice had a chandelier and candle sconces and two low galleries.

At last I did open my eyes to gaze at the gasjets of the chandelier as they flickered.

Attach one end of a number of strings (one for each guest) to the chandelier.

He placed it on the table under the chandelier, where all could see.