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How to use lampshade in a sentence
Official weather-taking thermometers need to be shielded from the sun and wind, and have what looks like little lampshades on them so that they can measure the actual surface temperature without being influenced by other sources.
They were everywhere—from a bedside lampshade, to the phone, even the bloody ceiling fan.
The lampshade is an awfully good book and it's exceptionally heartfelt.
But he's working like mad to do right by the lampshade, or, at least, to discover its untold story.
The silk lampshade conflagration had just begun to smoulder in the American household.Gigolo | Edna Ferber
If Madame Dammauville had not released the lampshade, she would have seen Saniel turned pale and his lips quiver.Conscience, Complete | Hector Malot
A green glass lampshade cost fifteen francs, and you were lucky to get it.Paris Vistas | Helen Davenport Gibbons
Sample mounting, novelty work, jewelry and silverware case making, lampshade and candleshade making.The Making of a Trade School | Mary Schenck Woolman
Reuben, dear, could you possibly imagine anything else so perfectly horrid as a yellow lampshade in a blue room?The House | Eugene Field