Fire-lit in a sentence

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How to use fire-lit in a sentence. Fire-lit pronunciation.

I guided her through the tangle of tepees, through glaring fire-lit circles and through black voids where we stumbled and had to feel our way.
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So, in running into the fire-lit room, she broke in upon that gentleman, who was standing in the shadow, and it must be confessed was rather startled by her sudden entrance and curiously-excited face.
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He rang the bell at the now familiar door and was admitted; it carried him back to the day when he had first called there and had been shown into the fire-lit room, with the book-lined walls, and the pretty little girl curled up on the rug, with her cat and her toasting fork.
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It was only six o'clock, and the two sisters were sitting together in the fire-lit twilight.
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One of these the Badger flung open, and at once they found themselves in all the glow and warmth of a large fire-lit kitchen.
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One afternoon, near the end of February, Janet was moving gently about the room, in the fire-lit dusk, arranging some things that would be wanted in the night.
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As Kinraid drew near he heard talking there, and a woman's voice; he threw a passing glance through the window into the fire-lit house-place, and seeing Mrs. Robson asleep by the fireside in her easy-chair, he went on.
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Examples of Fire-lit

Example #1
We were jostled and elbowed by fierce warriors and by sullen squaws.
Example #2
They were barbaric in dress and in demeanor.
Example #3
He stopped her short, however, collectedly enough.
Example #4
She had been conscious of nothing but Sir Dugald, so she had not heard the hall-door open; and, not having heard the hall-door open, had, of course, not heard Denis Oglethorpe come in.
Example #5
Time had brought many changes since then.
Example #6
It was a bleak, chilly afternoon in March, when Charles Osmond, returning from a long round of parish work, thought he would look in for a few minutes at the Raeburns'; he had a proposal to make to Erica, some fresh work which he thought might interest her.