|candle extinguisher like scissors||snuffers|
|3rd letter in English alphabet, C, canceled, candle||c|
|a cut, act or sound of snipping, cut using small strokes, cut with scissors; clip, cut off, cutting with scissors; small cut made with scissors; small piece that has been cut off; little bit; young or insignificant person (Informal); disrespectful pers...||snip|
|act of cutting with scissors, act of clipping or trimming with scissors||scissoring|
|act of inhaling, breathing in; sound made when breathing in; powdered tobacco that is inhaled through the nose; burnt end of a candle wick, amount of snuff, destroy something, extinguish flame, inhale something, breathe in through the nose; sniff, smel...||snuff|
|angle of dip, angle of magnetic needle, angle of rock layer, become less, candle, dim, disinfect animal, disinfectant for animals||dip|
|bundle of fibers or string used in burning a candle or an oil lamp; cloth that draws up liquid by capillary action, material holding fuel that burns, material that draws up liquid, move liquid by capillary action||wick|
|candela, examine eggs by holding them up to a bright light; examine a bottle of wine by holding it in front of a candle flame, test egg, wax cylinder having a wick in the center which gives off light when lit, wax cylinder providing light||candle|
|candle made from rush pith, rush candle||rushlight|
|candle maker and seller, candle maker; equipment dealer; supplier, grocer, seller of specified goods||chandler|
|candle used to light others, shamash, shammes, synagogue caretaker||shammash|
|candlestick, device used to hold candles upright, holder for candle||candleholder|
|channel for carrying off fluid, conduit, drainpipe, channel on bowling lane, flicker, flow in a channel; flicker, sputter, grow weak (i.e. candle flame), form channels in, inner margins of book, melt quickly, of the worst kind, poor or degraded state, ...||gutter|
|Christmas candle decoration, farolito||luminaria|
|cotton fabric, embroidery yarn, string in the center of a candle which is lit to give off light, thick string||candlewick|
|cut with scissors, clip or trim with scissors, make a movement like scissors||scissor|
|device for putting out fire, extinguisher||fire extinguisher|
|dusk, light from candles, light produced by a burning candle||candlelight|
|fire extinguisher, hand-held device for putting out fires (usually a small tank filled with chemicals and equipped with a hose); device used to extinguish candle flames, something that ends or removes something||extinguisher|
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