In my seventeenth year, the peninsula had burned clear up to Finn's own holdings.
The flame-eyes seemed to burn clear for a moment in what might have been a smile.
Opposite to me the fire burned clear; and on the hearth rug, seemingly asleep, lay the dog.
And these were no shadows; their faces burned clear, even now.
In the sky above, the stars burned clear and sharp.
Anger burned hot and clear, without hesitation or doubt.
Another man's arm had been burned clear to the bone.
It glared mercilessly down upon the island through a sky burned clear of clouds or any moisture at all.
A sky that was thick with clouds in the morning had burned clear by noon.
The wind was a little less strong now, and the sky overhead burned clear and blue.