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On no other show would you see an A-list actor from a newly released blockbuster like Gone Girl getting fired up over Islam.

You name a way to get more gals into the Texas GOP, RedState Women is fired up to make it happen.

The question is whether Maryland Democrats are ready to get that fired up about policy that they elect a liberal underdog.

Eight days into his improbable comeback crusade, Spitzer was fired up and ready to go.

But somehow Republicans sure managed to get their base fired up about all this back in 2005, when the postures were reversed.

He had fired up on one occasion when Professor Theobald said something flippant about Mrs. Temperley.

Mrs. Millar fired up in defence of her young like a ruffled mother-pigeon.

He was scared of the kid—when she fired up an' sent thet hot-shot about her cowboy sweetheart killin' him.

"Wait till Jumpin' Jane gets fired up an' you won't feel cold," encouraged Don.

The gentleman fired up at the charge, and said very angrily, "I am Mr. T., sir."


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fired-up, such as: frantic, affected, agitated, all shook up, beside oneself, and crazy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.