blazing inferno

blazing inferno

Some place or thing totally engulfed in flame. After the summer-long drought, it didn't take long for a minor forest fire to become a blazing inferno.
See also: blaze
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The City in the Middle of the Night tells of the planet January, where humanity is barely alive due to a permanent frozen darkness contrasted on the other side by a blazing inferno. There are only two habitable cities on this world, and in one of them Sophie, a student, has been sent into exile and certain death for her revolutionary behaviors.
WHERE there's smoke there's fire, but not necessarily a blazing inferno. One can scarcely deny that drugs are a growing menace in our society, especially among the youth, but Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Afridi's words at a recent event were overly alarmist.
They must go to the drawing board, a tabula rasa, if it hopes to snatch the burning kernel from the blazing inferno. The next weeks and months will be very interesting.
He rushed there only to be confronted by a blazing inferno whose tongues now appeared to reach the second floor of an adjacent building.Realising that there wasnt much he could do as the volunteer rescuer squads at the scene were being repelled, he rushed to a nearby footbridge, underneath which he found groups of youth trying to fight the flames using the water they fetched from the river running next to the market.
Posting on Facebook, the Stockton neighbourhood policing team said: "Tonight (Sunday), our heroic officers from C-Relief were the first responders to this blazing inferno.
By setting fire to Big Suze, photographing the blazing inferno, and putting the images on their album sleeve.
Accolades have poured in from the international community regarding these brave servicemen's ability to preserve peace and security in the country at a time when the rest of the region was a blazing inferno of death and destruction.
He entered the blazing inferno, regardless of personal danger, to check no-one was still inside.
Four German bombs turned it into a blazing inferno and it sunk, leaving survivors clinging to the wreckage and dodging bullets.
FIREFIGHTERS continue to battle the fire at Seaforth docks and warn that the blazing inferno "could go on for a few days".
HAVING spent ten hours fighting his way into blazing houses, rescuing victims and pulling out bodies as the Luftwaffe turned Coventry into a blazing inferno, Henry Tandey couldn't help feel a sickening sense of guilt.
MANAMA: Dramatic video footage of a blazing inferno in Sakhir emerged online yesterday.
BLAZING INFERNO: Civil Defense firefighters fight the massive fire at a furniture workshop in Riyadh on Monday that killed 11 people.
Kepler-78b whizzes around its host star every 8.5 hours, making it a blazing inferno and not suitable for life as we know it.
A LORRY driver escaped as his cab became a blazing inferno on the M62.