kerosene lamp

NOUN
  1. a lamp that burns oil (as kerosine) for light
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How To Use kerosene lamp In A Sentence

  • A servant lighted a hanging kerosene lamp.
  • The building had no electricity, and so the dim interior was lit by a kerosene lamp.
  • Conrad smiled, stepping into the swathe of light thrown by the kerosene lamps inside. AMAGANSETT
  • Conrad smiled, stepping into the swathe of light thrown by the kerosene lamps inside. AMAGANSETT
  • In addition to the cramped quarters, the streets remained unpaved, and because gas lines had not yet been installed, the families used kerosene lamps.
  • Warm light from kerosene lamps gives the impression of comfort, but despite woolen Oriental carpets insulating the hardwood floor and the heavy oaken wall panels, the cabin is unpleasantly chilly. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Channeling Characters
  • The kerosene lamp blew out.
  • As I glanced towards it, I noticed the soft glow of kerosene lamplight through the two front windows.
  • Still, for smokers to light up, there is the small kerosene lamp, its sooty flame guarded by a snipped cigarette packet.
  • She poured herself a second glass of wine and shut down the kerosene lamp, which was attracting moths. FOLLY
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