Definition of Torchieres
1. torchiere [n] - See also: torchiere
Lexicographical Neighbors of Torchieres
Literary usage of Torchieres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Light's Labour's Lost: Policies for Energy-efficient Lighting by Paul Waide, Satoshi Tanishima, International Energy Agency (2006)
"These lamps typically used one-quarter of the power of the halogen torchieres for the same light output. Energy-efficient portable torchiere uplighters ..."
2. Cool Appliances: Policy Strategies for Energy-efficient Homes by International Energy Agency (2003)
"Sales of high voltage halogen torchieres grew dramatically in OECD North America ... At full power the halogen torchieres generally have efficacy levels of ..."
3. Pittsburg, PA: Photographic Portrait by Mark Bolster, Photographer (2007)
"There are over 90 crystal chandeliers, torchieres, and sconces in the historic 1927 Stanley Theater and all but one are original. ..."
4. Protection of Chemical and Water Infrastructure: Federal Requirements by William O. Jenkins, Jr. (2005)
"T-3 lamps are often used in contemporary chandeliers, wall sconces, and torchieres. They offer high light output and are relatively inexpensive to purchase. ..."