Why, seven drops of lamp oil must surely foil the power of Yama!'
The lamp oil had been drunk, the wicks cut up for food, the candles eaten.
It is not greasy, and none of the fried dishes taste in the slightest degree of lamp oil.
It was stifling within, redolent of garlic and lamp oil soot.
The seeds are crushed for lamp oil, and the plant is used for fuel.
Aggie's neck was very stiff and she had turned in the collar of her dress and wrapped flannels wrung out of lamp oil round it.
In India an oil called poonga is expressed from the seeds, which is much used for mixing with lamp oil.
A fire of juniper burned on the marble hearth, and the lamp oil was perfumed with violets.
Had my lamp oil run out, I should have bought liquor and tried to burn it instead.
Benzine (Benzin) is a light-boiling petroleum distillate, lighter than lamp oil, and with a varying boiling-point.