[ UK /ʃˌændəlˈi‍ə/ ]
[ US /ʃændəˈɫɪɹ/ ]
  1. branched lighting fixture; often ornate; hangs from the ceiling
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How To Use chandelier In A Sentence

  • Most of the frescoes on the ceiling are gone, but there are ornate chandeliers.
  • Katherine grinned as she was swept to the left by the waltz, her eyes gleaming underneath the light of the crystal chandeliers.
  • Romance is the key with quirky touches including circular beds and exotic chandeliers. The Sun
  • The two have collabed before on his song "Chandelier".
  • The crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, sending sparkles across the walls, rainbow spectra around the atmosphere were enchanting her in every way.
  • Fake crystal chandeliers sparkled above the stage and the performance space was framed by red valour curtains.
  • there are tk light bulbs in the chandelier in the chamber of the House of Representatives
  • And there's the moment in solemn liturgies when all the candles are lit: those in the chandeliers and in the central corona; and then the first are made to swing widely, while the great corona is spun on its axis. Pentecost in the East
  • Also they mixed materials such as wood, iroko, luxurious fabrics, wallpapers, antique furniture and impressive chandeliers. Contemporary Greek Style House in the UK
  • Chandeliers dangle over blackjack tables, the only break in the acoustic-tile ceiling.
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