The Cicada, celebrated for its chirp, and the lanthorn fly, belong to this group.
Can you hold out while I lower the lanthorn as far as the string will go?
The church is like a lanthorn, so full of windows, and very fine, though perpendicular.
For answer Vince threw him down the rope, which he had freed from the lanthorn.
One of the turning-box attendants opened a door; by the light of the lanthorn I noticed a staircase that descended under ground.
Mike had made a dart to seize the lanthorn, but he paused now.
Besides the lanthorn and the matches, there was found on the person of Fawkes, a pocket watch!
He bore my glance a moment, then turned and took up the lanthorn.
They nodded and grinned their horrible grin, and bade one light a lanthorn and lead me.
An ignis fatuus, perhaps; a Jack-o'-lanthorn begotten of putrescence.