Definition of Candelabrums

1. Noun. (plural of candelabrum) ¹



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Definition of Candelabrums

1. candelabrum [n] - See also: candelabrum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Candelabrums

cancriform
cancrine
cancrinite
cancrinites
cancrisilite
cancrivorous
cancroid
cancroids
cancrum
cancrum oris
candela
candelabra
candelabralike
candelabras
candelabrum
candelabrums (current term)
candelas
candelilla
candelilla wax
candent
canderos
candesartan
candescence
candescences
candescent
candicans
candicant
candicidin
candid
candid camera

Literary usage of Candelabrums

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1. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"... which hang from above ; Girandoles, called also Candelabra, or candelabrums, which stand on a solid base and branch out above ; and, finally, ..."

2. Italy: With Sketches of Spain and Portugal by William Beckford (1834)
"When I had rather alarmed than satisfied my curiosity by rapidly running over a multitude of candelabrums, urns, and sacred utensils, we entered a small ..."

3. The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler, David Josiah Brewer (1900)
"The rosy tints that linger on the horizon like the agony of day under the victorious oppression of night; the fires of the candelabrums that cause spots of ..."

4. Crowned Masterpieces of Literature that Have Advanced Civilization: As by Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler (1908)
"Mr. Martin has succeeded perfectly in representing the pillars and candelabrums of Pandemonium. But he has forgotten that Milton's Pandemonium is merely the ..."

5. Memoirs of Mistral by Frédéric Mistral, Constance Elizabeth Maud (1907)
"Street altars were raised at intervals, high as pyramids, adorned with candelabrums and vases of flowers. All the people, sitting outside their houses on ..."

6. The Vicissitudes of a Lady-in-waiting 1735-1821 by Eugène Welvert (1912)
"Sixty candelabrums surrounded it. The Bishop of Moulins who officiated was assisted by four canons of the Chapter. No funeral oration was made. ..."

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