electric lamp

NOUN
  1. a lamp powered by electricity
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How To Use electric lamp In A Sentence

  • There were electric lamps around the edges of the room, but in the space at the front of the church there was a huge candelabrum.
  • In Great Britain an ocean-going vessel, the Savoy Theatre, and the House of Commons were all lit by electric lamps in 1881.
  • The footman in knee-breeches and powdered head, who had admitted us, led us without a word across the large hall, turned into a long corridor dimly-lit by tinted electric lamps, turned to the left, then to the right, then showed us into a small, comfortably-furnished room in which The Four Faces A Mystery
  • Every time curtain of night arrives, electric lamp of cupcup twinkles like numerous star.
  • A lot of electric lamps illuminated the stage.
  • A lot of electric lamps illuminated the stage.
  • There are electric lamps in the streets.
  • Electric lamps produce a light which is very distorted, with an excess of red rays. The Allergy Handbook
  • In Great Britain an ocean-going vessel, the Savoy Theatre, and the House of Commons were all lit by electric lamps in 1881.
  • There are electric lamps in the street.
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