As soon as we arrived, Lucien had the satisfaction of trying one of our flambeaux.
One of the last tents of the camp shone within as a star with flambeaux.
They saw a light: no doubt the flambeaux accompanying the vehicles.
Mark the flambeaux guttering and sputtering into an odorous death.
On the altar, there are angels with flambeaux in their hands, of wooden carving.
Aramis opened the window: he saw a crowd of people running with flambeaux.
Her chairmen and flambeaux were already waiting at the door.
Two footmen with flambeaux got up behind, and the coachman was ordered to drive home.
Lamps and flambeaux are used at Japanese weddings, and torches are still used at Turkish marriages.
Thus doubly assailed they soon gave way, and the stream of new-comers rushed in, torches and flambeaux illuminating the scene.