GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Pyrotech. a composition which burns with a green flame. It consists of sulphur and potassium chlorate, with some salt of barium (usually the nitrate), to which the color of the flame is due.
“A tiny star of the pale green fire that was the magic of Oria flickered to life.”
“But the idea of touching a woman and sending green fire through her body that devoured her cancer seemed, on the surface, impossible as well.”
“Piemur wondered if anyone in Nabol realized that a deception was being practiced on them, and green fire lizard eggs were what were dispersed so lavishly.”
“That wall of tornadoes still bore down on her, backlit by the green fire of otherworldly lightning, the dream’s intensity not fading even though she was awake.”
“Deever said, “Ward,” and the green fire paled and shimmered and suddenly looked more solid.”
“Fear warred with anger — and in her reflection’s eyes, the green fire crackled and faraway thunder rumbled.”
“A single tendril of green fire flickered from behind her reflection’s head off to the left, looking like a slow flash of lightning.”
“Has any one of Meron's people figured out just how many green fire lizard eggs got foisted off on 'em?”
“In fact, the enormous fire lizard population at Nabol is one of the reasons why Piemur and I were there, to make certain Meron was the source of so many green fire lizards.”
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