Her hair was short, too, and some of the colour had been burnt out of it by the fever.
The lanterns had burnt out, but we could now distinguish each other.
The cigar had burnt out between his fingers, but he made no effort to light it.
Seems to me you're pretty hard on a poor feller that's jest been burnt out.
I have loved too much, dear, so the power of life is burnt out for me.
Yes, you mean that his fire has burnt out; that I am weak as water, when he was strong.
Evidently the petrol had burnt out; but not so the fire, alas!
After the trees are dead they are grubbed or burnt out, all roots to 12 or 18 in.
The rest of the fire-ships had burnt out, so it was now quite dark.
Her love for her husband, if ever she had any, was burnt out and dead long ago.