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  • n. Plural form of candelabrum.


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  • Architects who give measurements for ordinary doorways, do not contemplate such emergencies as testimonial candelabrums or irremoveable caps and plumes: and the door of the Glyndewi ballroom had no notion of accommodating a lancer in full dress who could not even be civil enough to take off his hat.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 54, No. 334, August 1843

  • The little cascades in the brook were ornamented with transparent shields, and long candelabrums and spermaceti-colored fools'-caps and plated jellies and white globes, with the black water whirling along transparently underneath.

    Stories of Authors, British and American

  • You can use green mini lights, gold mini lights or even strings of beads with mini lights to brighten the ceiling, candelabrums, bookcases, entertainment center, entrances, and tables.

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  • Corals rise up like candelabrums throughout the reef.

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