[ UK /kˈændɪlˌæbɹəm/ ]
  1. branched candlestick; ornamental; has several lights
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How To Use candelabrum In A Sentence

  • There was a candelabrum with soft, red coloured candles in the middle of the elegant, circular table, its flames dancing jovially and lighting Eliza's lovely face in its warm splendor.
  • The Russian candelabrum of lapis lazuli and gilt bronze shown in Plate V (one of a pair) is an example of the fine work of Russian lapidaries.
  • At one of the ends was a silver candelabrum with five branches - all holding lit candles save for the one in the middle.
  • The same goes for James Whale's Frankenstein (1931), which, in any case, doesn't hold a cobwebbed candelabrum to Mel Brooks's classic Young Frankenstein (1974). Stefan Beck: Wrap Party: Freund's The Mummy and Baba Ghanoush
  • As the Berditchever stretches forth his hand to light the hanukiah holiday candelabrum, he reminds his flock that this sacred act is itself emblematic of the Divine-human partnership: God provides the original light and we must channel it through our actions. Rabbi Or Rose: Divine Light And Human Hands: A Mystical Teaching On Hanukkah
  • Jillian and Graham sat on either side of a silver-plated candelabrum, its twin red candles dripping wax onto the paper tablecloth, empty coffee cups in front of them.
  • A candelabrum hung from the wall, next to a pair of dueling rapiers.
  • Frau Trubl had insisted on that and on the large candelabrum and the best silver. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • Illustrated here is a spectacular candelabrum from one of his most ambitious product lines - objects that combined ormolu and stone.
  • the most sought-after item was the silver candelabrum
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