- N-UNCOUNTCandlelight is the light that a candle produces.
They dined by candlelight.
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Candlelight — or Candlelighting may refer to:*Candlelighting, the lighting of Shabbat candles *Candlelight Records *Candlelight (Csézy song), a song by Csézy *Candlelight (six.byseven), a song by the band six.byseven *A candlelight vigil *The Candlelight Years … Wikipedia
Candlelight — Can dle*light , n. The light of a candle. [1913 Webster] Never went by candlelight to bed. Dryden. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
candlelight — O.E. candelleoht; from CANDLE (Cf. candle) + LIGHT (Cf. light) (n.) … Etymology dictionary
candlelight — [kan′dəllīt΄] n. 1. subdued light given by or as by candles 2. Old fashioned the time for lighting candles; twilight; evening adj. CANDLELIT (sense 2) … English World dictionary
candlelight — n. by candlelight (to read by candlelight) * * * by candlelight (to read by candlelight) … Combinatory dictionary
candlelight — can|dle|light [ˈkændl laıt] n [U] the gentle light produced when a candle burns ▪ The jewels sparkled in the candlelight. by candlelight ▪ We ate by candlelight … Dictionary of contemporary English
Candlelight — … Википедия
candlelight — n. dusk; dawn. □ I’ll see you along about candlelight. □ Turn your lights on at candlelight or the cops will stop you … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
candlelight — noun Candlelight is used before these nouns: ↑dinner, ↑vigil … Collocations dictionary
candlelight — can|dle|light [ kændl,laıt ] noun uncount the light from a burning candle: We ate by candlelight … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English