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  • noun Plural form of flamelet.


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  • But the Fire Elemental straightened, and spread his arms wide, the little flamelets that danced over him rising from his outstretched limbs.

    Phoenix And Ashes

  • He was beyond Kalira's cautions now; the flamelets that had danced up and down his body flickered over him in a frenzy, filling the air around him, and even skimming over Kalira's back.

    Brightly Burning

  • And he laughed, and spread his arms, daring them to make the attempt, while little flamelets filled the air around him.

    Brightly Burning

  • He was bathed in fire, tiny flamelets dancing from the tips of his fingers, floating in the air around him.

    Brightly Burning

  • Lan's hand spasmed in Kalira's mane; the flamelets vanished.

    Brightly Burning

  • We made it to the fork, though, beating out flames on our smoldering clothing. wiping ashes from our eyes, spitting such from our mouths, running hands through our hair when the flamelets nested there.

    Nine Princes In Amber

  • He sat looking far away into the rosy heart of the fire, where the bright blaze had burned itself out, and the delicate flamelets of blue and violet were playing over the glowing, crumbling logs.

    Days Off And Other Digressions

  • In lieu of the black Shaka throned against a background of flamelets, is a colossal Jizo-Sama, with a nimbus of fire -- a single gilded circle large as a wagon-wheel, breaking into fire-tongues at three points.

    Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan First Series

  • Seeing with their flamelets risen all heaven grow glad

    Studies in Song

  • And those deep moires glittering with little flamelets, were they not promiscuous heaps of precious metal, cups, vases, ornaments enriched with gems?

    The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris


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