The Boston Marathon bombings reminded the world how quickly a celebration can turn into a conflagration.
The fires that corporate America lit have now become a conflagration beyond its control.
A century ago, miscalculation was greatly to blame for thrusting Europe into a conflagration.
The canisters, McMahon said, are to blame for the conflagration.
And even in wartime—especially in wartime—we need novels to make sense of the conflagration around us.
It was only when the last victim went down, that the conflagration shot up into the air with most unbounded fury.
These were all destroyed, in awful scenes of conflagration and massacre.
To a horrible carnage succeeded a sack and a conflagration still more horrible.
The material for the conflagration in Austria was thus all Revolutions of 1848.
The glare of the conflagration showed the Orangists by how paltry a force they had been surprised.