Your star in And So It Goes, Michael Douglas, was so great as Liberace in Behind the candelabra.
And just below us, somewhere among the candelabra and euphorbia trees, were a handful of Diceros bicornis: the black rhino.
If Behind the candelabra were the last movie I made, I would be very happy.
Here, brilliant with candelabra, was set out a great table, from which an expensive collation was served by more gorgeous footmen.
Her husband clung to the candelabra and burst into a violent perspiration.
Such candle holders have been found in Etruscan graves, but the candelabra met with at Pompeii were all designed to carry lamps.
His high, narrow forehead shone in the light of the candelabra.
Father Peter's last blow with the candelabra had been aimed at his head, but Likovay caught it with his hand, and so maimed it.
The plaster began to fly and some candelabra came to the floor with a crash.
A fire burned on the hearth, and a dozen perfumed wax-lights in candelabra.
1811, from Latin candelabrum, which meant "candlestick," from candela (see candle). Old English had candeltreow "candle-tree" in same sense. The word was borrowed earlier (late 14c.) from Old French as chaundelabre with the Latin sense. Candelabra is the Latin plural.