And good luck getting the song (and music video) to “chandelier” out of your head.
chandelier, swimming pool, patient EKG, Abracadabra, you are free.
Taut red fabric on the ceiling above the chandelier gives the room a cool, circus-tent vibe.
These were connected by a flexible cord to a plug which he could insert in place of a lamp in the chandelier.
He turned toward the hall door as if with the intention of lighting the chandelier.
Lucy was radiant in smiles and blue ribbons, under the light of the chandelier.
She stood under the chandelier, and he saw at once the ravages that trouble had made in her.
In a room on this floor, which was brilliantly lighted by four gas jets blazing from the chandelier, nine people were seated.
The house was merely lighted by a chandelier from the centre.
From the magnificently painted ceiling, a chandelier of brass repousse work hangs from the claws of a hovering eagle.
late 14c., chaundeler "candlestick, chandelier," from Old French chandelier (n.1), 12c., earlier chandelabre "candlestick, candelabrum" (10c.), from Latin candelabrum, from candela "candle" (see candle). Re-spelled mid-18c. in French fashion; during 17c. the French spelling referred to a military device.