They both looked long, while the torchlight flared on them, on the walls of the cave, and the broad blade of Groan-Maker, and from around rose the sounds of the fray.
Then the torch flared out, but Umslopogaas took hold of her in the darkness and pressed her to him and kissed her, the sister whom he found after many years, and she kissed him.
I lit the block of camphor and flung it to the ground, and as it split and flared
up and drove back the Morlocks and the shadows, I knelt down and lifted her.
At that moment the mysterious illumination suddenly flared
to an intense, an almost blinding splendor, flushing the entire sky, extinguishing the stars and throwing the monstrous shadow of himself athwart the landscape.
In his savage taunting, he flared
the candle so close at me, that I turned my face aside, to save it from the flame.
Then it was--with the very act of its announcing itself-- that her identity flared
up in a change of posture.
I should not have been surprised if the wet black beard had frizzled and curled and flared
up in smoke and flame.
A few soldiers were drafted down from the Fort, arms were given out to all those who could be trusted to use them and by night men watched by the great red fires which flared
along the path of their labours.
The rough yellow of her face and neck flared
And the light by which she had read the book filled with troubles, falsehoods, sorrow, and evil, flared
up more brightly than ever before, lighted up for her all that had been in darkness, flickered, began to grow dim, and was quenched forever.