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Definition of Chandeliered
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Literary usage of Chandeliered
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1. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1853)
"... the mountain-corridors all chandeliered betwixt their glassy walls ; the forest- trees festooned from limb to limb with whitest wreaths ; the steep ..."
2. Lord Northcliffe's War Book: With Chapters on America at War by Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe (1917)
"... down and others so mutilated that they exposed the long-kept privacy of chandeliered salons, bedrooms now wrecked, and hanging staircases. ..."
3. At the War by Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe (1916)
"lated that they exposed the long-kept privacy of chandeliered salons, bedrooms now wrecked, and hanging staircases. It was in the little square in front of ..."
4. Italian Fantasies by Israel Zangwill (1910)
"Most monstrous of all was the many-mirrored, many-chandeliered Ball-room — its rows of mirrors reflecting what dead faces, its gold frieze of putti still ..."
5. Notes of a Traveller: On the Social and Political State of France, Prussia by Samuel Laing (1846)
"It was more interesting than the pictures to see this magnificent apartment, although gilded, curtained, chandeliered, and ornamented with a costliness ..."
6. Landscapes of Samos: A Countryside Guide by Brian Anderson, Eileen Anderson (2004)
"Painted cream inside and out, its elegant, chandeliered, parquet-floored salons evoke memories for most visitors of the setting for Visconti's film version ..."