The gas-burner first employed by Murdock received the name "cockspur" from the shape of the flame.
The flame from a gas-burner will answer as well as the spirit-lamp.
Bentham gazed meditatively at the round black mark of the gas-burner where it darkened the ceiling.
The first gas-burner was a very simple and unpretentious contrivance.
After lighting her candle at the gas-burner, Mme. Gypsy said "Good-night" in a very significant way, and left the room.
I struck a wax match and touched it to the gas-burner overhead.
The madwoman turned back to the middle of the kitchen, leapt up at the gas-burner, and set fire to the bank-notes.
Batswing, bats′wing, n. a kind of gas-burner, with a slit at the top which causes the flame to take the shape of a bat's wing.
At last I got within arm's length of the tiny speck of blue light which told me where the gas-burner lay.
From the gas-burner which he lit rose a flame equal to a jet of electric light.