white heat

NOUN
  1. the hotness of something heated until it turns white
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How To Use white heat In A Sentence

  • Then the chance purchase of a sprig of white heather changes her luck. Times, Sunday Times
  • They reach the top in the white heat of competition that burns across the planet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Everything he did was at white heat and lightning speed.
  • If that white heat was too much, we had a chance to cool off around the corner, where we found an artic array of calla lilies suspended from ice boxes and nerine lilies popping up from mounds of artificial snow. Blogtimore, Hon
  • The optimism of the 60s had dissolved: there was no more talk of a classless society or a Britain forged in the white heat of a technological revolution. State of Emergency: The Way We Were: Britain, 1970-1974 by Dominic Sandbrook
  • Even a small amount of magnesium ribbon burns in a flame a white heat.
  • Everything he did was at white heat and lightning speed.
  • The fierce flames of his mad desire to destroy suddenly rose to white heat.
  • His iron temperament was at white heat, and, as he afterwards said, he "cared no more for yon dirty chap wi 'the big nose, nor if he were a ratten 3 in a hayloft! Daddy Darwin's Dovecot: A Country Tale
  • Everything he did was at white heat and lightning speed.
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