Synonyms for fireballs

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The fireballs had been prepared in the cabin of the fishing boat.

The fireballs paused there for half a minute, and then vanished.

It is a long bold step from fireballs to flying saucers, Jimmy.

When we have driven them out of the camp, those of you who have fireballs will set fire to their huts.

There are also fireballs which shoot across the sky, leaving a train often visible for seconds and minutes.

The curious forms meant to indicate clouds are in blue, whilst the fireballs are in red.

They differ greatly in this respect from their large and noisy relatives, the meteorites, bolides and fireballs.

Meteorites, bolides or fireballs, as they are variously called, are stones that fall to the earth from the heavens.

A moment later half a dozen fireballs were flung into the column, and a rain of crossbow bolts followed.

Yesterday morning however, at seven o'clock, two fireballs burst either on the steeple or close to it.