Why should not clever Jack have this in view as much as the ignes fatui of woolsacks and mitres?
On the mountains, where the soil is looser, the ignes fatui were less.
She found another—and another, but they fled from her like ignes fatui.
The virtuous young man defending a virtuous mother against a number of powerful enemies is one of the ignes fatui of literature.
How I know not yet; my thoughts and resolutions are so confused that they flicker like the ignes fatui.
Her dreams returned to her, fleeting and elusive, like the ignes fatui which had been a part of them.