Definition of 'blowtorch'
Example sentences containing 'blowtorch'
It was probably the drought turned Wanja mad because a wind like a blowtorch scorched across the shadeless plain.WHITE LIES (2003)
Nobody knows if Ray heard the hissing of the blowtorch as it burst into life and began to eat away at what was left of him.A MEANS TO EVIL (2003)
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