A man can't be at white heat all the time you know.
Before he retired, the white heat had been refined out of the game.
Then she turned the flame to the white heat of anger.
It hissed and went up in a wave of white heat.
Aye, sir; he must have the white heat for his kind of fine work.
Well, let me tell you, the white heat of truth comes from another flame.
The white heat of his own rage had gone, and he could begin to think about her.
His mind was at a white heat of interest.
Over night the white heat of the city had scorched upon itself.
The white heat was also being felt at home.
He seemed not to feel either the cold from without or the scorching heat of the flaming torch in his hand.
They had been baking in the scorching heat of Venus for more than three years.
She could already feel the scorching heat of the flames as they dived toward her face.
People running for the river, seeking escape from the scorching heat.
The scorching heat of the new flames propelled him away from the window, toward the south again.
After voting, almost everyone present would stop to buy refreshments from him - much needed because of the scorching heat.
I remember seeing him playing tennis in the scorching heat.
The dam was a major attraction with people spending all day swimming in the scorching heat.
All she got from her good deed was the scorching heat of this giant's glare.
He blinked his eyes and realized they were already dry from the scorching heat.