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Everyone thought it was sweet; not so sweet when, as a prank, he began placing firecrackers in the neighbors' mailboxes.
“Bare feet and firecrackers and cousins and walking down dirt roads to a corner store to get a Coke or Pepsi,” she rhapsodizes.
At approximately 6:40PM, a man threw two different firecrackers over the White House fence.
The trend in reality TV is to hire firecrackers like Cee-Lo Green and Demi Lovato and Adam Levine and Usher and Shakira as judges.
They turned out to be firecrackers, but George and I just fell on top of Bobby, like that.
The red flashes were breaking out like a bunch of firecrackers, and with pretty much the same sound.
And his name was "Cracker," because his birthday fell on the Fourth of July, when firecrackers were popping.
Among the things she brought back—more as a curiosity than as an article of cargo—was a consignment of Chinese firecrackers.
So that night Joe set the alarm clock, and the next morning got up early to fire his firecrackers.
The firecrackers surprised them, for they hadn't seen us, and we were over the fence and upon them before they could run.
On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to firecrackers, such as: bursts, illuminations, rockets, sparklers, bottle rockets, and fire flowers.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.