fire-eating

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Shall I ever be a dare-devil, intrepid, fire-eating sort of creature?

A fire-eating Irishman challenged a barrister, who gratified him by an acceptance.

One looked in vain for the fire-eating beau sabreur of a Murat.

Why, you fire-eating Hotspur, you began it yourself with a fling at the Irish.

"You don't look like a fire-eating, swashbuckling party to me," he said.

It reminds one of the performance of the fire-eating gentlemen at the Aquarium.

Folly is her nightcap; fanaticism is her day-dream; fire-eating is her pastime.

It was, it could only be, the fire-eating and prison-inspecting colonel himself!

"This will be part of the fire-eating stunt at every show," said Joe to the ringmaster.

Every one's eyes were on Joe Strong doing his fire-eating trick.

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