All day long the fight rages, and when night comes the torches gleam by the tents, and the cresset burns in the hall.
A splinter of fir was burning in the cresset, and the fire was lighted in the stove.
Then he opened them again, and gradually he made out the figure of Nuala leaning over him, while a cresset shed light from above.
The curtains in the cabin swayed to and fro, as did the cresset of the lamp.
The broken door let them into a small courtyard, lit by a cresset.
She stood under the cresset's light like a rock, while Lucy, like a wave, fretted about her.
Holdernesse's, her particular friend, from whence she removed to Kensington to a house Mr. cresset lent her.
The cresset moon was up in heaven—at least, Emma said it was—when we started.
From its height and conspicuous position, it was selected in 1549 for placing a cresset, for a fire beacon, upon its top.
His face was cruel and alert, and the light from the cresset played in red streaks upon his helmet.