Definition of 'candelabrum'
Example sentences containing 'candelabrum'
DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (1990)
They went into the living room and sat down under the spreading curved limbs and the skew yellow bulbs of the candelabrum.COUP D'ETAT (1990)
The table complete with an ornate silver candelabrum was set beyond the columns, so that it seemed to be outdoors, yet in.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (1990)
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