Word usage examples
Two blowtorches had arrived in the last twenty-four hours, and another was on the way.
Hamid-Jones remembered that he had been born under Mars gravity and that despite the toughening stay at Alpha Centauri and the weeks aboard high-G blowtorches, he was laboring under a weight that was almost three times what was normal for him.
They have shotguns, they have handguns, they have knives, they have blowtorches, they have army explosives, they have deer rifles.
It was Skeleton Ridpath's face, and no other: Skeleton blowtorched down to painful essence, skinned of whatever was human and pitying in him.
He was also inexplicably hungry, and his throat felt as though it had been blowtorched.
It would be just as hot and sticky, but at least this rabiblanco wouldn’t be getting blowtorched.
After blow-drying her hair to a semblance of order, she thought about clothes, but settled for the light robe Dane had selected for her.
One disastrous attempt at blow-drying her hair, which resulted in something resembling a hairy explosion, had persuaded her to let her curls dry naturally rather than outrage them with heat.
She took full advantage of the amenities provided, brushing her teeth, smoothing moisturizer into her skin, blow-drying her hair.
She took her time, washing her hair, shaving her underarms and legs-an American habit she’d never lost-then smoothing scented lotion all over herself before blow-drying her hair and brushing her teeth.