gas fixture

IPA: gˈæsfˈɪkstʃɝ

noun

  • a device to convey illuminating gas from the pipe to the gas burner

Examples of "gas-fixture" in Sentences

  • From the gas-fixture hung a tangled bunch of well-scribbled dance programs.
  • The sight of the dingy ceiling and the gas-fixture depending therefrom dispelled the illusion.
  • He went to the old-fashioned gas-fixture, turned out the light, and muttered his way morosely into bed.
  • There was no gas-fixture in this small chamber; but they found Laura's oil-lamp burning brightly upon her writing-table
  • There was no gas-fixture in this small chamber; but they found Laura's oil-lamp burning brightly upon her writing-table.
  • He glanced irresolutely toward the gas-fixture, and from thence to where his evening clothes lay spread out on the couch.
  • He carried them to his room, rubbed his thumb in the lampblack on the gas-fixture, and smeared the magazine covers, then cut the leaves and ruffled the margins to make the magazines look dog-eared with much reading; not because he wanted to appear to have read them, but because he felt that Istra would not permit him to buy things just for her.

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