A felony conviction burns through the skin deeper than any white-hot branding iron.
Or maybe, just maybe, he will zing the president on a white-hot issue dominating every waking moment for, um, some voters.
Over the past few decades, the study of telomeres has risen to become a white-hot area of very legitimate scientific research.
But publicly, it chose to say little, hoping to maintain a neutral position in a white-hot international scandal.
She tattooed her wrist with the letter E (for Edouard) by pressing a piece of white-hot metal there.
He had learned to regard office boys with something less than white-hot hate.
Macdonald strode to the forge and took out the bar of white-hot iron.
The look shot through Sabine's turgid consciousness like a white-hot dagger.
Grant it but a chink or keyhole, and it shot in like a white-hot arrow.
Again and again he lost consciousness under the white-hot iron, and each time we revived him he gave your name.