Jurgis stood upright; trembling with passion, his hands clenched and his arms upraised, his whole soul ablaze
with hatred and defiance.
That night nearly forty people lay under the starlight about the pit, charred and distorted beyond recognition, and all night long the common from Horsell to Maybury was deserted and brightly ablaze
The smoke from the fire at times neglected the clay chimney and wreathed into the room, and this flimsy chimney of clay and sticks made end- less threats to set ablaze
the whole establishment.
She passed slowly beneath us, heading northward, her hull, wet with the dews of the night, all ablaze
in the sunshine.
that sets the serai ablaze
of nights; but he looked more carefully, and, hand on amulet, drew his own conclusions.
said Bagheera, shifting from foot to foot, his eyes ablaze
, and purring louder than ever.
Why, as he turns about the star on his breast is all ablaze
Adam could just see that it was on the top of a hill, not quite so high as that which was covered by the Castle, on whose tower flew the flag, and which was all ablaze
with moving lights, manifestly used in the preparations for the festivities on the morrow.
Gold and jewels were scattered over roof and street and plaza, so that the two cities seemed ablaze
with the fires of the hearts of the magnificent stones and burnished metal that reflected the brilliant sunlight, changing it into countless glorious hues.
arrayed in splendid robes ablaze
with jewels, marching in grave procession, with sceptres of gold in their hands and flashing crowns upon their heads.
He said this in a hurried whisper, his eyes flashing with rage and his face ablaze
So that night all was ablaze
with crackling fires in the woodlands, for though Robin and those others spoken of, only excepting Midge, the Miller's son, had many a sore bump and bruise here and there on their bodies, they were still not so sore in the joints that they could not enjoy a jolly feast given all in welcome to the new members of the band.
And then suddenly, into a world peacefully busied for the most part upon armaments and the perfection of explosives, war came; came the shock of realising that the guns were going off, that the masses of inflammable material all over the world were at last ablaze
The buildings in Carriage Row, across the river, in the Bazaar and the Povarskoy, as well as the barges on the Moskva River and the timber yards by the Dorogomilov Bridge, were all ablaze
So I've always found," and he proceeded to tell them, as he peeled his apple, how he committed himself once, in his youthful days, to make a speech at a political meeting, and went there ablaze
with enthusiasm for the ideals of his own side; but while his leaders spoke, he became gradually converted to the other way of thinking, if thinking it could be called, and had to feign illness in order to avoid making a fool of himself--an experience which had sickened him of public meetings.