Definition of Fieriness

1. Noun. The heat or the color of fire.

Exact synonyms: Red Heat
Generic synonyms: Heat, High Temperature, Hotness
Derivative terms: Fiery



2. Noun. A passionate and quick-tempered nature.
Generic synonyms: Heat, Passion, Warmth
Derivative terms: Fiery, Fiery

Definition of Fieriness

1. n. The quality of being fiery; heat; acrimony; irritability; as, a fieriness of temper.

Definition of Fieriness

1. Noun. The quality of being fiery ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fieriness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fieriness

fients
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fierce
fiercely
fierceness
fiercenesses
fiercer
fiercest
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fieri facias
fierier
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fierinesses
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fiest
fiesta
fiesta flower
fiestas
fievre
fievre boutonneuse
fife
fife rail
fifed
fifer
fifers

Literary usage of Fieriness

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1. The Six Systems of Indian Philosophy by Max E Muller, Friedrich Max Müller (1919)
"for instance, that smoke is pervaded by 01 invariably connected with fire, or, as the Hindus say, that smokiness is pervaded by fieriness, not, however, ..."

2. Yatindra-mata-dipikā; Or The Light of the School of Srī Rāmāmnuja by Srīnivāsadāsa (1912)
"exists; such as the mountain etc., in which the fieriness (Predicate) is to be established. Sa-paksha (Right Subject or Place) is the similarity to that ..."

3. Redemption, Hindu and Christian by Sydney Cave (1919)
"Etymologically these words denote goodness, fieriness, and gloom, but -really the ... Fieriness (rajas), ' which is in essence passion', fetters with the ..."

4. The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot (1860)
"... but what there's worse men, for he never wronged nobody of a shilling nor a penny,'not willingly; and as for his fieriness and lawing, what could I do ? ..."

5. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc by Mark Twain (1896)
"She said it with that sort of repressed fieriness that means so much when a person's heart is in a thing. You could see the response in that nobleman's face ..."

6. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1895)
"... hut whnt there's worse men, for he never wronged nobody of a shilling nor a penny, not willingly — and ns for his fieriness and lawing, what could I do? ..."

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