Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of sconce.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sconce.

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Examples

  • "sconces," which were more or less elaborate in design and finish.

    The Mayflower and Her Log; July 15, 1620-May 6, 1621 — Complete

  • The interior of the house was interesting—it look like an old California lodge from long ago, with bronze art-deco sconces on the wall that made me think of Hollywood in the 1930s.

    Raziel

  • We will have to sell these as light covers in the U.S. rather than as sconces since once one categorizes them as sconces or a light fixture - then they fall into the must be approved by UL Labs.

    Recommendations?

  • We will have to sell these as light covers in the U.S. rather than as sconces since once one categorizes them as sconces or a light fixture - then they fall into the must be approved by UL Labs.

    Recommendations?

  • We will have to sell these as light covers in the U.S. rather than as sconces since once one categorizes them as sconces or a light fixture - then they fall into the must be approved by UL Labs.

    Recommendations?

  • The Judgment Hall was impressively understated in stone and wood with a hint of the same bits of magic that filled the Marketplace, mostly in the form of witchlight sconces.

    Brush of Darkness

  • The Dokhan features Paris' first champagne bar in a room featuring walls imported from Italy, of celadon, wood panels with gilt trim enhanced by soft, low light from tapers on wall sconces and chandeliers.

    Denise Dennis: See, Stroll and Savor Paris in Spring

  • We will have to sell these as light covers in the U.S. rather than as sconces since once one categorizes them as sconces or a light fixture - then they fall into the must be approved by UL Labs.

    Recommendations?

  • The Dokhan features Paris' first champagne bar in a room featuring walls imported from Italy, of celadon, wood panels with gilt trim enhanced by soft, low light from tapers on wall sconces and chandeliers.

    Denise Dennis: See, Stroll and Savor Paris in Spring

  • We will have to sell these as light covers in the U.S. rather than as sconces since once one categorizes them as sconces or a light fixture - then they fall into the must be approved by UL Labs.

    Recommendations?

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