He turned toward the hall door as if with the intention of lighting the chandelier.
But he smoked incessantly, lighting one cigarette from another.
"These will do excellently for lighting our morning camp fire," he said.
Marriott was lighting the six wax candles on the dressing-table.
From the swing at golf to the manner of lighting a match in the wind, this truism applies.
But when I had succeeded in lighting the lamp, I found the room just as it always was.
He was lighting a second cigarette—the first not yet a quarter consumed!
There was wiring everywhere, and a multitude of lighting fixtures.
Already Kirsty stood at the bottom of the sloping tunnel, and was lighting her candle.
What a beautiful scene it made, lighting up the shadowy foliage.