They have all been at work like her, spouting ashes and pumice and rocks and lava.
I covered my face with my hat and rushed across the stream of lava.
The year 1800 saw the last of it on the lava law-rock of Thingvellir.
He tickled the dun with his spurs and trotted along the crest of the lava ridge.
In a circle about it stood the dark buttress of the lava sides.
It was fine, Mrs. More; like—like lava; he was the only cool person there.
The leech looked like a field of lava now, a blasted spot on the green Earth.
The road from Taal to Balayan was impassable for a while on account of the quantity of lava.
The flame had spread among them like lava to their lowest depths.
This lava, having cooled and hardened, forms the basis of the island.