Fire shut in only smoulders, and eats its way slowly, as you see it there.
Life is then seen to be a fire, that now smoulders, now brightens, and may be easily quenched.
It usually only smoulders, with a deep red glow, as he visits his beat.
This smoulders during the whole of the night, and the fire can easily be made to blaze at any time by throwing on brushwood.
It is the grouch—in whom the fire starts slowly and smoulders indefinitely—that nobody likes.
In silence still I mask my grief, my want; And none can guess what smoulders in my breast.
Its there that it smoulders and, when its moment comes, leaps out to blast the world.
Sometimes it smoulders for days and days, and weeks and weeks; then it bursts out like a hurricane.
But the disobliging cotton-wool only smoulders horribly and refuses to give out any smoke.
It was like the fire that smoulders among the underwood before it catches flame; it spreads the more rapidly afterwards.