conflagration

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Isabel herself had scarcely time for escape, so rapid was the conflagration.

You're liable to start a conflagration you can't stop, and that may consume yourself, is all.

Then a shower of sparks rose high in the air and the conflagration subsided.

Presently, as the conflagration waned, they opened their eyes.

"A costly blaze that," said Hoare, as he watched the conflagration.

Only a spark was needed to start a conflagration along the whole frontier.

Then, when we had seated ourselves on the hillside, facing the conflagration, she turned to me.

But if the idea ever catches fire, I shall have to do all I can to fan the conflagration.

Gossip raged, and old Mr Neeld sat in the middle of the conflagration.

The conflagration, it is true, did not drive him at once from Moscow.

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