Their meetings, their talks together, were like the torchlight that flashed and wavered and only fitfully revealed.
The torchlight shone out but a few paces and then died in the darkness.
The sculptures and decorations in them could then only be properly seen by torchlight.
He was buried at night, by torchlight, in an olive grove about a mile inland.
They are divided into three sections, and one gang relieves another, so that the work is kept going all night by torchlight.'
He looked at him, lying there under the torchlight, and in his hand saw his own sword.
From the windows of our inn in the evening we saw the fishermen put out to sea by torchlight to fish.
I was just in time to see a torchlight procession passing my hotel.
It would make a pretty picture for the stage to be darkened, and to have the mimic play acted by torchlight.
When it's all over we'll have a torchlight procession and write to the girls!