candle flame

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Noun1.candle flame - the light provided by a burning candlecandle flame - the light provided by a burning candle
light, visible light, visible radiation - (physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation; "the light was filtered through a soft glass window"
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As upon that first occasion, some weeks ago, the door closed as if it were a thousand doors softly excluding the world; and once more Ralph received an impression of a room full of deep shadows, firelight, unwavering silver candle flames, and empty spaces to be crossed before reaching the round table in the middle of the room, with its frail burden of silver trays and china teacups.
The candle flame brushed some loose cotton which ignited instantaneously.
it's so down to nothing, it's the tiniest last little candle flame.
A flame measuring 40mm to replicate a candle flame was held to the end of the material for 10 seconds.
The candle flame fluttered agitatedly as a draught from the space between door and lintel swept into the room.
Crees market-leading Candlelight Dimming, available in the new candelabra bulb, mimics a true candle flame with a warmer 1800K color when dimmed.
If you tell a child not to touch a candle flame, he/she has theoretical wisdom.
Use old tablecloths to set up a tent in the living room, then roast marshmallows over a candle flame (make sure it's nontoxic and your parents are around) or bake some s'mores cookies.
You may add them to your bath water, use them for a massage or even inhale their vapours when added to hot water or warmed up on a low candle flame.
Love and fealty, betrayal, violence and guilt figure and flicker in the poems like candle flame or a restive light nodding behind the eyes, always surprising and nudging the reader towards some rich, unexpected seam or evocation.
Look at the fire, and see it as the candle flame on your altar.
Traditionally, she melts the wax over a candle flame and applies it with a tool called a kistka, a short wooden stick topped with a tiny copper funnel.