The ash-hidden flame, long smouldering, received its opportunity to burst into flame.
"Autobiography of a YOGI" by Paramhansa Yogananda
Only a few smouldering embers were left, and they gave out no glow.
"The Daughter of the Chieftain" by Edward S. Ellis
Flare up thine embers, brazier, and dutifully smoulder, To kindle a brand, that I the first may strike the citadel.
"Lysistrata" by Aristophanes
The smouldering fire in Fanny Mere flamed up.
"Blind Love" by Wilkie Collins
The fuse begins to "sizz" and sputter and a spiral of smoke, like that from a smouldering fag, rises from it.
"Over The Top" by Arthur Guy Empey
He shaded his eyes and looked away from David into the smouldering coals.
"The History of David Grieve" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
He bustled forward to the smouldering fire and held his hands over it.
"Barlasch of the Guard" by H. S. Merriman
All the same, the thought of her had been smouldering in me.
"Hunger" by Knut Hamsun
It moved her and thrilled her, and stirred the smouldering fires of her ambition.
"The Christian A Story" by Hall Caine
I watched the sky change from palest gold to pink and then to smouldering fire.
"The King in Yellow" by Robert W. Chambers
Colville put together with the toe of his boot the logs which were smouldering in a glow of incandescent heat.
"The Last Hope" by Henry Seton Merriman
The smouldering fires of the pickets alone marked where the troops had been posted, but not a man of that immense force was to be seen.
"Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon, Volume 2 (of 2)" by Charles Lever
Outside his tent, beside some smouldering logs, Giant Maximin was seated, a dozen of his officers around him.
"The Last Galley" by Arthur Conan Doyle
At all times smouldered in her heart a hatred of racing, even of the horses.
"Thoroughbreds" by W. A. Fraser
Any or all of these emotions might have lain beneath the smoulder in her eyes.
"The Leopard Woman" by Stewart Edward White
My smouldering jealousy of the oily von Kufner now flamed into expression.
"City of Endless Night" by Milo Hastings
Her smouldering eyes flamed.
"K" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Turning round to the dying fire, he took a stick, and with Nicholas's help gathered the ashes up and laid them over the smouldering brands.
"The Magnetic North" by Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
At first it seemed that his reign could be extended only over gory corpses and smouldering ruins.
"The Empire of Russia" by John S. C. Abbott
Once more his eyes held hers, but the fire in them had died down to a smoulder.
"The Odds" by Ethel M. Dell
Here when the smouldering west
Burns down into the sea,
I take no heed of rest
And keep the watch for thee.
"A Northern Vigil" by Bliss William Carman
There in the rain and the sunshine
They lay and smouldered long;
And each, when again she viewed them,
Had turned to a living song.
"I Gave My Heart To A Woman" by William Ernest Henley
We, waiting Dead, will warm our bones
At our poor smouldering earthly fire;
And talk of wide-eyed living ones
Who have what we desire.
"To My Aging Friends" by George MacDonald
But now, as when a faint flame breaks
From out its smouldering embers,
My heart stirs in its sleep, and wakes,
And yet but half-remembers
"Reminiscence" by John Charles McNeill
Athwart the sky a lowly sigh
From west to east the sweet wind carried;
The sun stood still on Primrose Hill;
His light in all the city tarried:
The clouds on viewless columns bloomed
Like smouldering lilies unconsumed.
"London" by John Davidson
For his eyes have been full with a smouldering thought;
But he dreams of the hunts of yore,
And of foes that he sought, and of fights that he fought
With those who will battle no more -
Who will go to the battle no more.
"The Last Of His Tribe" by Henry Kendall