fire

[ fahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF fire

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIRE

Of course, we all like to play with fire, but I always put it out before it can spread.

Finally they had been compelled to fire on them, but had not killed any.

The tempest suppressed his voice, as it had put out the fire.

He had his revolver on the fellow in the instant, and yet he held his fire.

By our efforts, we have lit a fire as well—a fire in the minds of men.

When I thought I had the unloaded one I called on you to fire.

Andrew, looking from the dull glimmer of his fire to that dead waste, sighed.

It made her interlace her fingers with nervous anxiety, but it set a fire in her eyes.

Hey, Scottie, shake up the fire and put on some coffee, will you?

"I had no gun," said Larry, without raising his eyes from the fire.

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