- n. Plural form of lamp.
- n. A slang term for obesity.
“A Scot writing about another Scot where sticking posters on lamps is prefectly normal.”
“Three set-in lamps, which come with a 10-year warranty, emit intense heat and light.”
“Just as in other countries, the miracle of the long-burning oil in the temple lamps is commemorated not only with potato latkes, but with a variety of sweet fried foods.”
“Pendent in front of John Ziegler's face, attached to the same type of hinged, flexible stand as certain student desk lamps, is a Shure-brand broadcast microphone that is sheathed in a gray foam filtration sock to soften popped p's and hissed sibilants.”
“There were porcelain lamps in the shape of ginger jars, round and Oriental, and with none of the usual dust on the bulbs, because it was Jocelyn's house.”
“Confronting the table on which are the butter-lamps is a long, low bench covered with red cloth, prepared for the lama dignitaries who are to come to worship the image.”
“She had been built for canvas and oil-lamps, and this new thingumajig that kept her nose snoring at eight knots when normally she was able to boil along at ten, and these unblinking things they called lamps (that neither smoked nor smelled), irked and threatened to ruin her temper.”
“Dick's old one, opened them, and shut the end one, which is too cold, and put in lamps, stoves, and stores and comforts of all kinds; in fact partly refurnished.”
“Although it was not a dark evening, the servants commenced bringing in lamps earlier than usual.”
“There was a profusion of evergreens, small tin lamps dripping with oil, and sloping tallow candles shedding grease upon the board.”
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