“It was like the sun, lit up and made of red fire,” Taylor would remember.
Then, as the red fire died out, the boys saw the German make a spring for his enemy.
The ball of red fire in the west was half below the rim of the distant peak.
A moment later they swept past a glare of red fire blazing beside the track.
Streaks of red fire played against the blackness of his eyelids.
Half an hour later he saw her, through a glare of red fire, setting off fire-crackers with his brother and Pendleton.
Its windows blaze forth with the red fire of the evening sun.
In Taunton they had an evening band concert on the Common, accompanied with red fire and speeches.
He looked at the Prince, and his eyes flashed as if with red fire.
In the spring of 1885 the idea originated of illuminating it with red fire.