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  • (n) the light of a fire (especially in a fireplace)


  1. Her sculptural pallor gives way to warm radiance in the firelight.
  2. Her sculptural pallor gives way to warm radiance in the firelight.
  3. They study not by firelight but by electric light, and they have steam heat, modern plumbing, maid service.



    San Antonio Mystery Book Lovers meet to discuss “Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter” by Tom Franklin. Comfort author Richard Jacome reads from and signs “The River of Bones,” the action-packed story of German loyalists living in Texas during the Civil War. Sophie Jordan, author of the “Firelight” series, and Rachel Vincent, author of the “Soul Screamers” series, discuss and sign their latest young ...
    on September 12, 2013     Source: San Antonio Express-News

  2. Firelight Festival returns with traditions, Benjamin's Hope grand opening

    The 2011 Firelight Festival of Hope marked the groundbreaking for Benjamin’s Hope, a campus for people with and without disabilities. The following spring, the first building was up. Now, two years later, the nonprofit is marking its grand opening. This will be the first Firelight Festival of Hope when visitors can meet the residents.
    on September 10, 2013     Source: The Holland Sentinel

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  1. "So far we have ridden horses together, seen off the bad guys, got naked (partially), wallowed chin-deep in mud, danced by firelight, attended a funeral and kissed," said Crowe, in an email to The Sun-Herald.
    on Jun 22, 2009 By: Russell Crowe Source: Oneindia

  2. "We began one draft on a flickering firelight, and you realize it's flickering on someone's eyeball as he watches the fire, and then we pull back from the eyeball, move all around the hall watching what's happening in a slow circle," Gaiman says.
    on Nov 8, 2007 By: Neil Gaiman Source: USA Today

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