noun, plural flam·beaux [flam-bohz] /ˈflæm boʊz/, flam·beaus.
Origin of flambeau
Related Words for flambeauxtorch, lamp, beacon, lantern, dip, incendiary, light, flash, flare, bougie
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Historical Examples of flambeaux
As soon as we arrived, Lucien had the satisfaction of trying one of our flambeaux.Adventures of a Young Naturalist
One of the last tents of the camp shone within as a star with flambeaux.Cinq Mars, Complete
Alfred de Vigny
They saw a light: no doubt the flambeaux accompanying the vehicles.The Royal Life Guard
Alexander Dumas (pere)
Mark the flambeaux guttering and sputtering into an odorous death.The Passionate Elopement
On the altar, there are angels with flambeaux in their hands, of wooden carving.The Old Franciscan Missions Of California
George Wharton James
noun plural -beaux (-bəʊ, -bəʊz) or -beaus
Word Origin for flambeau
also flambeaux, 1630s, from French flambeau, from flambe "flame" (see flamboyant).