kerosene lamp

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Noun1.kerosene lamp - a lamp that burns oil (as kerosine) for lightkerosene lamp - a lamp that burns oil (as kerosine) for light
lamp - an artificial source of visible illumination
lamp chimney, chimney - a glass flue surrounding the wick of an oil lamp
Davy lamp, safety lamp - an oil lamp that will not ignite flammable gases (methane)
wick, taper - a loosely woven cord (in a candle or oil lamp) that draws fuel by capillary action up into the flame
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kerosene lamp

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When I heard Grandfather booting up and rummaging in the faint kerosene lantern light for his brightest flashlight, I knew I had to go with him.
hayride veers into a kerosene lantern, hanging from a post.
On bitter-cold days some hunters lit a candle or kerosene lantern under the front deck to take off some of the chill.
At first, many were nothing more than a kerosene lantern with a red lens.
Two Stanford students, for example, created the d-light design company, to replace "every kerosene lantern with clean, safe and bright light.
Growing up in Kenya, he strained to read by the dim light of a kerosene lantern.
Grandfather to the slide projector, a magic lantern consisted of an enclosed kerosene lantern with a lens on one side, through which glass slides could be projected onto a wall or screen.
Her scars, caused by a kerosene lantern exploding in her face, cover her body and for most of her life she has kept them hidden.
And the solution had to at least equal kerosene lantern levels of lighting.
Since the beginning of February, Kantipur Television has used only a kerosene lantern to light its 30-minute-long 7pm news bulletin, the BBC reports.
As a student, in the early years of Independence, the only way to study in the night was by kerosene lantern or kerosene table lamp.
A full two-thirds of the polls remained without power for the entire day, with ballots being counted " by kerosene lantern and candlelight.