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oil lamp (plural oil lamps)

  1. A simple vessel used to produce light continuously for a period of time from a liquid fuel source.
    • 1948 March and April, “Notes and News: Narrow-Gauge in Western Eire”, in Railway Magazine, page 129:
      The West Clare Railway is, I suppose, one of the most primitive in the whole C.I.E. system, for its coaches date entirely from 1887 to 1890, and are still lit with oil lamps.

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