1 A hot sun had blazed upon this spot.
2 The red sun was pasted in the sky like a wafer.
3 The sun, suddenly apparent, blazed among the trees.
4 The sun sank until slanted bronze rays struck the forest.
5 She re-enforced his argument with proofs that lived where the sun shone.
6 Gray mists were slowly shifting before the first efforts of the sun rays.
7 Over the river a golden ray of sun came through the hosts of leaden rain clouds.
8 The day had grown more white, until the sun shed his full radiance upon the thronged forest.
9 As another officer sped his horse after the first messenger, the general beamed upon the earth like a sun.
10 The sun spread disclosing rays, and, one by one, regiments burst into view like armed men just born of the earth.
11 A cloud of dark smoke, as from smoldering ruins, went up toward the sun now bright and gay in the blue, enameled sky.
12 As he gazed around him the youth felt a flash of astonishment at the blue, pure sky and the sun gleamings on the trees and fields.
13 Before the gray mists had been totally obliterated by the sun rays, the regiment was marching in a spread column that was retiring carefully through the woods.
14 In the eastern sky there was a yellow patch like a rug laid for the feet of the coming sun; and against it, black and patternlike, loomed the gigantic figure of the colonel on a gigantic horse.
15 This noise, following like the yelpings of eager, metallic hounds, increased to a loud and joyous burst, and then, as the sun went serenely up the sky, throwing illuminating rays into the gloomy thickets, it broke forth into prolonged pealings.