Definition of Firestorms

1. Noun. (plural of firestorm) ¹



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Definition of Firestorms

1. firestorm [n] - See also: firestorm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Firestorms

fireside
fireside chat
fireside chats
firesides
firest
firestarter
firestarters
firestick
firestick farming
firesticks
firestone
firestones
firestop
firestops
firestorm
firestorms (current term)
firestriker
firestrikers
firesuit
firesuits
firetail
firetails
fireth
firethorn
firethorns
firetrap
firetraps
firetruck
firetrucks
firewagon

Literary usage of Firestorms

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1. The Medical Implications of Nuclear War by Frederic Solomon (1986)
"... see firestorms. Surface bursts: nuclear explosions that contact land surfaces drawing up large amounts (about 100000 tons per megaton of yield) of dust, ..."

2. IRS Restructuring: Congressional Hearings edited by William V. Roth, Jr. (1999)
"This is inefficient at best and an invitation to political firestorms at worst. No other agency is so managed, and there is no precedent to suggest that ..."

3. Crucibles of Hazard: Mega-Cities and Disasters in Transition by James K. Mitchell (1999)
"... by replacing the square bases with cross-belt (X) shaped ones to take account of the possibility that massive post-earthquake firestorms might occur. ..."

4. Battlefields of the Civil War by Blair Howard (1998)
"The fighting men of both sides used them as refuge and shelter from the deadly firestorms of cannon and musket fire. Also along the way to the next stop you ..."

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