It was the quiet of tense nerves and imagination at white-heat.
For if Tom was quickly brought to a white-heat, radiation was equally rapid.
When Smithsend arrived from imprisonment in Quebec, war fever against the French rose to white-heat.
Though the words were mild, the feelings of the two men were at white-heat.
In my inexperience I worked at a white-heat, completing the book in ten weeks.
All creatures, from the tiniest insect upward, were in reality busy under that curtain of white-heat haze.
He wrote "Ivanoff" at white-heat in two and a half weeks, as a protest against a play he had seen at one of the Moscow theatres.
The radiance of a spotless soul, burning in the white-heat of a passion as pure as itself, dazzled and awed him.
In the instance of a poet, this vehicle is language emotioned to the white-heat of rhythm.
In a white-heat of wrath and sorrow Frithjof starts out to call her perjured brothers to account.