from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A lamp-shade or lamp-chimney of a globular form.
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He raised his head instinctively, his hand on the lamp-globe.
For instance, how are you to put a heavy copper jar together with the lamp-globe or the carbolic acid with the tea?
It is from this latter seat that the phosphorescence proceeds in _Oceania pilata_, the form which gives out such a light that Ehrenberg compared it to a lamp-globe lighted by a flame.
The old hand on the table that had little more strength in it than when it wore a hedger's glove near eighty years ago, closed with the grip of all the force it had, and the lamp-globe rang as the tremor of his arm shook the table.
The rays of the lamp-globe showed her that the face of her husband had a strange expression.
The sphere of beauty was a glass lamp-globe for delirious moths.