fire-eater

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He is the dandy of the company in real life, though a fire-eater on the stage.

Where are the blankets and merchandise that bought the right of the Fire-eater?

I may have been a fire-eater once—I may have been a gay young feller as could—; but no matter.

“My, what a fire-eater my little Harvey has become,” she said.

It was quite evident that he was not such a fire-eater as Captain Stinger.

"They called you the 'Fire-eater,'" I added, never knowing when to stop.

People said afterward it was a pity he was such a fire-eater.

Personally, he is the last man who would be selected as a “fire-eater.”

And he pulled out the money that Fire-eater had made him a present of.

Fire-Eater, on the contrary, whenever he was really overcome, had the habit of sneezing.

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