The prize was bestowed on him who ran the course without extinguishing his torch.
Dorothea was holding a torch, the liquid droppings of which fell upon her hands.
His torch will be at the threshold and his knife at the throat of the planter.
It was the torch of a fisherman—one of those eyes of the South of which Artois had thought.
The cabman bought a torch from a passer-by, and stuck it in his whip-barrel.
The cabman had put up his torch and was flapping his arms under his armpits.
The cabman threw away his torch, mounted his box, and set off at a trot.
She sagged in over the coast and came right on home, smoking like a torch.
Lage seized his torch, sprang to his feet, and saw—Vigfusson.
The torch has the advantage of being small, light and portable.