candlelit

[kan-dl-lit]
adjective

Origin:
candle + lit1

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Historic homes converted to restaurants offer candlelit dining on local delicacies.
The two chatted over a candlelit dinner, grabbed some candles and hopped in the
  pool for some freaky fun.
Its high stone walls surround a patchwork of candlelit temples, smoky
  courtyards and tidy, fragrant gardens.
The atmosphere makes you feel as if you've been invited into the family's home
  for a cozy candlelit dinner.
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