Examples of candlelight in a Sentence
at candlelight carolers would gather in the village green before beginning their stroll
Recent Examples of candlelight from the Web
Lady and Tramp sit at an outdoor table, illuminated by candlelight.
Lit by candlelight, visitors can wander the grounds and (possibly) witness the ghosts of past wars.
The ceremony was followed by a candlelight march down St. Charles Avenue to Broadway and onto Tulane's campus for an open mike speak out and closing ceremonies at the Qatar Ballroom.
The glowing candlelight and leafy plants tucked in every nook and cranny make for a particularly calming escape from the hectic St. Mark’s Place.
Her gestural stage directing, based on historical illustrations, was insufficient to keep the attention of a modern audience, and Lindsey Lyddan’s lighting, designed to mimic the candlelight of the period, was similarly underwhelming.
With the help of event designer Aram Lobyan, both the ceremony and reception venues were decked out in thousands of flowers and crystals with ailes at the Armenian Apostolic Church in Moscow flanked by flowers and dazzling electric candlelight.
The candlelight hides the chaos, in addition to fulfilling its traditional and more blissful purpose: that of making women look even more beautiful.
Later Thursday, about 100 mourners remembered the victims in a candlelight vigil and march along the route where Saipov’s vehicle entered the bike path and crashed into the bus.
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First Known Use of candlelight
before 12th century
Synonymsblack, blackness, dark, darkness, dusk, gloaming, gloom, murk, night, semidarkness, shade, shadows, twilight, umbra
Antonymsblaze, brightness, brilliance, day, daylight, glare, glow, light, lightness
Related Wordsmidnight; blackout, brownout, dimout; shadiness, umbrage; dullness (also dulness), somberness; cloudiness, fogginess, haziness, mistiness, murkiness; dimness, faintness, gloominess, grayness, paleness; half-light
Near Antonymsmoonlight, starlight, sunlight; effulgence, radiance, radiancy, shine, sunshine; incandescence, luminance, luminescence, luminosity, luminousness
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