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candlelit

[ kan-dl-lit ]

adjective



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They now live out of a candlelit yurt in Ketchikan, Alaska, as they plan arrangements for other terminally ill people to use their beachfront house nearby as an end-of-life resort, where they can spend their last moments with their families.

From Time

From candlelit dinners in centuries-old farmhouses to barbecue at a modern art museum, here are 31 reasons to head for the hills in the Berkshires.

From Eater

On Officer’s Row, a yearly tree lighting ceremony has been a tradition for over a century, and the Mammoth Chapel hosts two candlelit services on Christmas Eve each year.

For an ethereal waterfront experience under the stars, parties of two to four can reserve one of the flower-festooned, candlelit greenhouses on it banks.

Maybe it means setting aside a space and time in your kitchen once a week to try new recipes or eat a candlelit dinner with your partner or a friend.

They met at a karaoke outing, and he took her out to a candlelit Italian dinner on their first date.

The students organized the candlelit gathering on their own, without school officials, Jones said.

Daoud moved to the doorway, and as he looked into the smoky, candlelit hall, his heart sank.

The yellow squares of candlelit windows glowed among the dark turrets and terraces.

The unmistakable tall figure was standing in the candlelit window behind the curtain.

Gradually, like a candlelit picture, Lucienne's face appeared, hazel eyes serious.

The candlelit audience chamber of the podesta was hung with somber maroon drapes drawn against the night air.

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