[ US /ˈkændəɫˌstɪk/ ]
[ UK /kˈændə‍lstˌɪk/ ]
  1. a holder with sockets for candles
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How To Use candlestick In A Sentence

  • I've still got one of the candlesticks but I've lost its companion.
  • The principals of the local schools could be counted on for a couple of fresh scrubbed altar boys in charge of polished crucifix, candlesticks and dangerously toxic swinging thuribles.
  • Two more candles on silver-gilt candlesticks stand at each end of the coffin.
  • We withheld key evidence, so if you’re trying to figure out who killed Professor Plum, we haven’t shown you that the candlestick is even a potential murder weapon yet. Interview with LOST Co-Creator Damon Lindelof –
  • His interior pieces on display include medieval banquet tables, slender candlesticks and chandeliers, and mirrors.
  • It offers a wide variety of Christmas decorations, small gifts such as frames for photographs and figurines, silver candlesticks, candles and non-kitsch trinkets.
  • There are two tombs in the body of the place; but none in the chancel, which is bare, except for the tall candlesticks, and the chancel rail, beyond which is the undraped altar of solid marble, upon which stand four small candlesticks, two at each end. Carnacki, the Ghost Finder
  • Robert was polishing up some old silver candlesticks.
  • Tonino forced the end of his candlestick down between the battered cardboard edges and heaved sideways at the metal. THE MAGICIANS OF CAPRONA
  • She had two tall, shapely brass candlesticks that sat side by side on a small table in her entryway.
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