Noun(1) a fire that burns with thick smoke but no flame
Verb(1) burn slowly and without a flame(2) have strong suppressed feelings
(1) the last acrid smolder of his cigarette(2) But it's cozier in there; the smolder of tobacco fumes collects on the structural beams that maintain the shelter and mixes with raw breath to mildew man and trench shoring.(3) A fuel that burned too fast would explode like a bomb; a fuel that burned too slow would smolder like a barbecue grill.(4) The smokestacks from the factories of Tokyo were belching black smolder into already fetid air.(5) It was simply smouldering , the flames long burned out leaving nothing but some charcoal what was once wood.(6) Asgard had seen the accusing look in Terian's face and could not meet the familiar sapphire blue eyes that suddenly smoldered with hatred.(7) Cid took a deep draw, then blew out the blue grey smoke, his eyes smouldering .(8) The smoulderingly handsome Welshman had planned to be a strictly serious theatrical actor but was drawn by Hollywood and the lure of his leading ladies.(9) So far she could only see fire and the ruins of houses that had already burned down or were smoldering in the flames.(10) Alexander watched the twin red-hot points of fire smoulder in the figure's flesh, but to his amazement, the wound healed before his eyes.(11) For an instant, as they exchanged glares, Darius suddenly realized that the two of them probably held the same smoldering looks of hatred in their eyes.(12) Some fires smoldered for weeks, burning down through logging slash and the deep soil until they scorched the rocks below.(13) Galen met his gaze without flinching, but hatred flickered behind his smoldering gaze.(14) The incense will slowly smoulder , filling the room with its delightful fragrance.(15) Towering over the run-down streets of Hawaiian Gardens, the casino sports a 10-foot-high volcano that smolders and periodically spits out fire.(16) Three crews were brought in to bring the barn blaze under control and the smouldering hay was transported out of the barn on tractors to spread on nearby fields.
1. smoke ::
2. glow ::
3. burn ::
Different Formssmolder, smoldered, smoldering, smolders
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