The word chandelier was first known in the English language in the 1736, borrowed from the Modern French word chandelle meaning candle, which comes from the Latin candēla.
What’s mean chandelier?
: a branched often ornate lighting fixture suspended from a ceiling.
Is chandelier a compound word?
Compound-Complex Sentences with “chandelier”
A compound-complex sentence with “chandelier” contains at least two independent clauses and at least one dependent clause.
What’s another word for chandelier?
What is another word for chandelier?
How would you describe a chandelier in writing?
Here are some adjectives for chandelier: classic central, old-fashioned rock-crystal, vast gilt, strauss-crystal, monstrous crystal, radiant, massive, immense resplendent, voluminous crystal, fearful, glaring, blue cut-glass, obscenely ornate, monstrous and obscenely ornate, ridiculous crystal, depressed fancy, tinkly
How do you describe ballrooms?
Here are some adjectives for ballroom: vast disused, spindly golden, horridly stuffy, brilliant, lofty, standard, unobtrusive, empty grand, great nether, towering main, fancy, gilded, impressive grand, largest mythical, great tawdry, rather presentable, vast, dusty, mammoth oval, informal outdoor, cool, intimate,
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