The study also indicated that the worse a woman's hot flash symptoms were, the lower her risk of developing breast cancer.
The marvellous blue was returning, a hue of fascination; not the hot flash of the diamond, but the frozen light of the iceberg.
I felt the stifling smell of sulphur—a hot flash—a quick stroke from some invisible hand—and I sank senseless to the earth!
Its presence in the blood is the cause of the sudden dilatation of the blood-vessels that is known as the "hot flash."
The hot flash passes in a moment, if not prolonged by emotion or if not converted into a habit by attention.
hot flash n.
A sudden, brief sensation of heat, often over the entire body, caused by a transient dilation of the blood vessels of the skin and experienced by some menopausal women. Also called hot flush.