Or, again, the inscription-band may be cut out and kept in the church, or used as the ring of a candelabrum.
The wax-candles of the candelabrum in front of her were flickering in the wind.
As she sat there beneath the glare of the candelabrum she positively blazed with gems.
This from the 'candelabrum' is only eight lines in length, but full of venom.
The speaker lowered the candelabrum and set it upon the table.
We love the candelabrum with candles, with its finely, fashioned brass forms, Dutch and English.
"Put the candelabrum on this table—here," said Mrs. Kildair, indicating a large round table on which a few books were grouped.
The candles in the candelabrum were already half burned down when Fran Dubois at last urged going to rest.
The lights in the candelabrum were out, but a gray light came in at the top and bottom of the window.
The candelabrum here given (Fig. 297) represents a style of work once very much in vogue at Dresden.
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.