heat flash

  1. a flash of intense heat (as released by an atomic explosion)
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How To Use heat flash In A Sentence

  • Those of you who have read nuclear war fiction will recall that in addition to a blast wave, a heat flash that can set skin on fire and a boatload of radioactive particles, a nuclear explosion will create a pulse that can destroy unhardened electronics. Archive 2005-11-01
  • Heat flashed along her bonds and they melted instantly, mere puddles of once-hard iron, and she pulled herself free, surrounded in a fiery nimbus.
  • And then anxiety came creeping back: the clamminess, the suddenly speeding heart, the heat flashes, the disorientation. Ending a Midlife Affair with Meds
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