from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Strewn with embers or ashes.
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Áine is the burnished glow of a golden vessel on a marble hearth, reflecting the embered glow of the fire
The gunslinger looked at Eddie, and Eddie saw that Roland's cheeks glistened red in what remained of the campfire's embered dying glow.
Exiles of the forest! what know you of full-blossomed winds, of red-embered sunsets, of the gentle admonition of spring rain!
The great genial logs lay glowing, burning; from the fresher one the flames flowed and forked; along the embered surface of the others ran red and blue shivers of iridescence.
On the other side of the embered hole, he didn’t see what he expected to see—a tomb’s dusty interior.
She yanked her hand away from Dante’s arm as though the hot embered coals of the pit burned beneath his skin.
After a long moment of silence broken only by the settling of embered logs, he said, “What do you mean?