1 , brand him in the forehead with a hot iron and perform upon him a surgical operation with a pair of tailor's shears.
Southern Horrors By Ida B. Wells-BarnettGet Context In II
2 Quite new; 'brand' new, in fact; a present from my husband.
3 A spectral-looking figure stalked from out of the darkness behind the scout, and seizing a blazing brand, held it toward the further extremity of their place of retreat.
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4 Approaching Uncas, she held the blazing brand in such a manner as to cast its red glare on his person, and to expose the slightest emotion of his countenance.
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5 I flatter myself that I can distinguish at a glance the ash of any known brand, either of cigar or of tobacco.
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6 The sun had now got far to the west of south and stood directly in her face, like some merciless incendiary, brand in hand, waiting to consume her.
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7 They are usually wrapped in straw, you know, and are thinner for their length than any other brand.
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8 So speaking, she hurled her torch at him, and pierced his breast with the lurid smoking brand.
9 The hearth-fires are plundered; the smoky brand trails a resinous glare, and the Fire-god sends clouds of glowing ashes upward.
10 Corynaeus seizes a charred brand from the altar, and meeting Ebysus as he advances to strike, darts the flame in his face; his heavy beard flamed up, and gave out a scorched smell.
11 A part of its orb was at length hid, and I waved my brand; it sank, and with a loud scream I fired the straw, and heath, and bushes, which I had collected.
12 At the very least, they should have put the brand of a hot iron on Hester Prynne's forehead.
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13 Every word that Marius had just uttered produced on the visage of the old Royalist the effect of the puffs of air from a forge upon a blazing brand.
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14 The brand disappeared; the beauty alone remained.
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15 He asked, he urged, he claimed the boon of a brand snatched from the burning.
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