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  • n. Plural form of candlelight.


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  • There she reclined, inspecting him under a blaze of candlelights, before issuing this imperial command: “My bed is exhibit to me your genitals for I know I shall love them.”

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  • It was delight to sit around a cosy stove chatting and enjoying the atmosphere of candlelights.

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  • There you see the candlelights, as the neighbors come together on this night.

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  • Lovely candlelights, great pieces of arts, stunning swimming pool…

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  • It can vary from alluring and relaxing with candlelights, flowers and water fountains, to more spartan and natural with soft music.

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  • He pointed toward a small restaurant across the street where red candlelights glimmered warmly through panelled lace.

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  • Bailey who had hailed them from afar, as candlelights flashed across their faces; and suddenly to my eyes the gloomy temple seemed to be brilliantly illuminated.

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  • But the thrill of the singing sound of the violins behind the greenery, the perfume and stately spaces and thousand candlelights had suddenly been lifted on to another plane though she had thought they could reach no higher one.

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  • Lots of wood paneling, dark rooms lit with many small candlelights on the ceiling, etc. what's new online!


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