A few paces from the door he met Roland Yorke, coming along in a white heat.
John Ellis was at a white heat of rage and stubbornness now.
It should therefore be punctured quickly in two or three places, with a sharp cautery point raised nearly to a white heat.
Swithin felt the white heat in those faces—it was not decent!
This charge was an exasperating one, and instantly raised the anger of the warrior to white heat.
The smooth, dominant voice roused Willa swiftly to white heat.
Now, it fretted Bertran to white heat that he should be despised by a great man.
His anger was roused to white heat and he dared not trust himself to say more.
For two weeks she wrote at white heat; then a crisis arrived.
It was the white heat of high passion that broke the silence when he spoke again.