candelabrum candelabrum


  • (n) branched candlestick; ornamental; has several lights


  1. But of all his exhibited pieces, the one that attracted most attention was the gaunt candelabrum he had taken with him out of Germany.
  2. Courteously, bowing slightly, Alfried Krupp received a workers' delegate who stiffly presented him with a large steel candelabrum made in the Krupp factories.
  3. But at two public buildings in Pittsburgh there will be no creche and no holiday candelabrum this year.


  • Grand Hanukkah celebration, menorah lighting set for Dec. 1

    The community is invited to attend the third annual Grand Hanukkah Celebration and Menorah Lighting from 4-6 p.m. Dec. 1 at Central Park in Market Street. The 9-foot Menorah (traditional candelabrum)
    on November 20, 2013     Source: Greater Houston Weekly

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