The fiery cross, red with blood of a sacrificed goat, must have flown through the whole of the Celticland.
It occurs to me that a chapter now and then might see the light in the "fiery cross."
There is here none of the expedition of the fiery cross and the bale-fire; but every step is diplomatic.
And there was the 'Tocsin,' a weekly paper like the 'fiery cross.'
The fiery cross of rebellion was flung down the study passages.
This, when you can see it, is our fiery cross—that is, Hugh John's and mine.
This has something in common with the fiery cross sent round by the Highlanders as the summons to war.
fiery cross: a cross, the ends of which had been fired and then extinguished in blood.
I must send out the fiery cross and call an immediate meeting of the Camellia Buds.
The sheriff approached a masked Klansman who carried a fiery cross.