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fiery definition

  • adjective:
    • comprising or containing fire.
    • composed of or containing fire.
    • Burning or radiant.
    • Burning or shining.
    • Using or effected with fire.
    • making use of or effected with fire.
    • quickly ignited; flammable.
    • quickly ignited; combustible.
    • getting the color of fire; brightly purple: fiery locks; a fiery sunset.
    • Having the colour of fire; brightly purple: fiery tresses; a fiery sunset.
    • Torridly hot.
    • Torridly hot.
    • Feverishly hot and flushed: fiery cheeks.
    • Feverishly hot and flushed: fiery cheeks.
    • becoming in an inflamed, typically painful problem: a fiery boil.
    • Being in an inflamed, frequently painful problem: a fiery boil.
    • Easily excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous: a fiery mood.
    • quickly excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous: a fiery temperament.
    • faced with emotion; spirited: a fiery denunciation.
    • faced with feeling; spirited: a fiery denunciation.
    • Of, or regarding fire
    • Of, or relating to fire
    • Burning or shining
    • Burning or radiant
    • Inflammable or effortlessly ignited
    • Inflammable or quickly ignited
    • getting the colour of fire
    • obtaining the colour of fire
    • Hot or inflamed
    • Hot or inflamed
    • Tempestuous or emotionally volatile
    • Tempestuous or emotionally volatile
    • Spirited or full of emotion
    • Spirited or filled with emotion
    • comprising, containing, or resembling, fire
    • Consisting of, containing, or resembling, fire
    • Vehement; ardent; extremely active; impetuous.
    • Vehement; ardent; really active; impetuous.
    • Passionate; effortlessly provoked; cranky.
    • comprising or containing fire.
    • Burning or shining.
    • Unrestrained; brutal; mettlesome; spirited.
    • Using or effected with fire.
    • heated by fire, or as though by fire; burning hot; parched; feverish.
    • quickly ignited; flammable.
    • obtaining the color of fire; brightly purple: fiery locks; a fiery sunset.
    • Torridly hot.
    • Passionate; effortlessly provoked; irritable.
    • Feverishly hot and flushed: fiery cheeks.
    • Unrestrained; intense; mettlesome; spirited.
    • Being in an inflamed, typically painful problem: a fiery boil.
    • described as intense emotion
    • heated by fire, or as if by fire; burning up hot; parched; feverish.
    • like or suggestive of fire
    • really intense
    • characterized by intense emotion
    • like or suggestive of fire
    • really intense
    • Easily excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous: a fiery temper.
    • Charged with emotion; spirited: a fiery denunciation.
    • Of, or regarding fire
    • Burning or radiant
    • Inflammable or quickly ignited
    • Having the color of fire
    • Hot or irritated
    • Tempestuous or emotionally volatile
    • Spirited or filled up with emotion
    • comprising, containing, or resembling, fire
    • Vehement; ardent; really energetic; impetuous.
    • Passionate; easily provoked; irritable.
    • Unrestrained; fierce; mettlesome; spirited.
    • heated by fire, or like by fire; burning up hot; parched; feverish.
    • described as intense feeling
    • like or suggestive of fire
    • extremely intense
    • comprising or containing fire.
    • Consisting of or containing fire.
    • composed of or containing fire.
    • Burning or radiant.
    • Burning or shining.
    • utilizing or effected with fire.
    • Burning or shining.
    • making use of or effected with fire.
    • Using or effected with fire.
    • composed of or containing fire.
    • Easily ignited; combustible.
    • Easily ignited; flammable.
    • Burning or shining.
    • Easily ignited; combustible.
    • getting the color of fire; brightly red: fiery tresses; a fiery sunset.
    • getting the color of fire; brightly purple: fiery locks; a fiery sunset.
    • making use of or effected with fire.
    • Torridly hot.
    • Torridly hot.
    • getting the color of fire; brightly red: fiery locks; a fiery sunset.
    • Easily ignited; combustible.
    • Feverishly hot and flushed: fiery cheeks.
    • Feverishly hot and flushed: fiery cheeks.
    • Torridly hot.
    • Having the colour of fire; brightly red: fiery locks; a fiery sunset.
    • Being in an inflamed, generally painful condition: a fiery boil.
    • Feverishly hot and flushed: fiery cheeks.
    • Effortlessly excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous: a fiery mood.
    • Torridly hot.
    • Being in an inflamed, often painful condition: a fiery boil.
    • Feverishly hot and flushed: fiery cheeks.
    • Charged with emotion; spirited: a fiery denunciation.
    • Easily excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous: a fiery temperament.
    • Being in an inflamed, usually painful condition: a fiery boil.
    • Of, or associated with fire
    • Charged with feeling; spirited: a fiery denunciation.
    • Easily excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous: a fiery temperament.
    • Of, or relating to fire
    • Burning or glowing
    • faced with feeling; spirited: a fiery denunciation.
    • Burning or glowing
    • Inflammable or easily ignited
    • Of, or relating to fire
    • Inflammable or effortlessly ignited
    • Burning or glowing
    • getting the color of fire
    • Inflammable or easily ignited
    • Hot or swollen
    • obtaining the color of fire
    • Tempestuous or emotionally volatile
    • Hot or inflamed
    • Spirited or full of emotion
    • Tempestuous or emotionally volatile
    • Consisting of, containing, or resembling, fire
    • Vehement; ardent; really active; impetuous.
    • Passionate; easily provoked; cranky.
    • obtaining the color of fire
    • Spirited or filled with emotion
    • Hot or irritated
    • Tempestuous or emotionally volatile
    • Spirited or full of feeling
    • Consisting of, containing, or resembling, fire
    • Vehement; ardent; very energetic; impetuous.
    • Passionate; quickly provoked; cranky.
    • Unrestrained; tough; mettlesome; spirited.
    • composed of, containing, or resembling, fire
    • Unrestrained; tough; mettlesome; spirited.
    • heated by fire, or just as if by fire; burning hot; parched; feverish.
    • Vehement; ardent; extremely active; impetuous.
    • heated by fire, or as if by fire; burning up hot; parched; feverish.
    • Passionate; quickly provoked; cranky.
    • Being in an inflamed, typically painful condition: a fiery boil.
    • quickly excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous: a fiery mood.
    • Unrestrained; tough; mettlesome; spirited.
    • heated by fire, or as if by fire; burning hot; parched; feverish.
    • Charged with emotion; spirited: a fiery denunciation.
    • Of, or regarding fire
    • Burning or shining
    • described as intense feeling
    • Inflammable or effortlessly ignited
    • like or suggestive of fire
    • Having the color of fire
    • extremely intense
    • described as intense feeling
    • Hot or irritated
    • characterized by intense emotion
    • like or suggestive of fire
    • like or suggestive of fire
    • extremely intense
    • extremely intense
    • Tempestuous or emotionally volatile
    • Spirited or filled with emotion
    • Consisting of, containing, or resembling, fire
    • Vehement; ardent; very energetic; impetuous.
    • Passionate; easily provoked; cranky.
    • Unrestrained; fierce; mettlesome; spirited.
    • heated by fire, or like by fire; burning up hot; parched; feverish.
    • described as intense feeling
    • like or suggestive of fire
    • very intense
  • others:
    • composed of fire, or resembling fire; burning or flaming: as, the fiery flood of Etna; a fiery meteor; a flower of a fiery color.
    • Like fire in personality or quality; vehement; impetuous; passionate; fierce: because, a fiery speech; a fiery steed.
    • Like fire in effect; heated by or like by fire; making a burning feeling: as, a fiery injury or eruption; fiery liquors or condiments.
    • In cricket, causing the basketball to bound high after pitching: stated of wicket or bowler.
    • comprising fire, or resembling fire; burning up or flaming: because, the fiery flooding of Etna; a fiery meteor; a flower of a fiery color.
    • Like fire in character or high quality; vehement; impetuous; enthusiastic; fierce: since, a fiery speech; a fiery steed.
    • Like fire in effect; heated by or just as if by fire; creating a burning feeling: as, a fiery injury or eruption; fiery liquors or condiments.
    • In cricket, causing the basketball to bound high after pitching: said of wicket or bowler.
    • composed of fire, or resembling fire; burning or flaming: as, the fiery flooding of Etna; a fiery meteor; a flower of a fiery shade.
    • Like fire in character or high quality; vehement; impetuous; passionate; intense: as, a fiery speech; a fiery steed.
    • Like fire essentially; heated by or just as if by fire; creating a burning sensation: as, a fiery injury or eruption; fiery liquors or condiments.
    • In cricket, evoking the basketball to bound large after pitching: said of wicket or bowler.
    • composed of fire, or resembling fire; burning or flaming: as, the fiery flood of Etna; a fiery meteor; a flower of a fiery color.
    • Like fire in personality or high quality; vehement; impetuous; enthusiastic; fierce: since, a fiery address; a fiery steed.
    • Like fire ultimately; heated by or as if by fire; producing a burning feeling: as, a fiery wound or eruption; fiery liquors or condiments.
    • In cricket, inducing the baseball to bound high after pitching: said of wicket or bowler.
    • composed of fire, or resembling fire; burning or flaming: because, the fiery flooding of Etna; a fiery meteor; a flower of a fiery color.
    • Consisting of fire, or resembling fire; burning or flaming: as, the fiery flooding of Etna; a fiery meteor; a flower of a fiery shade.
    • Like fire in personality or high quality; vehement; impetuous; passionate; brutal: since, a fiery speech; a fiery steed.
    • Like fire in character or quality; vehement; impetuous; passionate; fierce: as, a fiery speech; a fiery steed.
    • Like fire ultimately; heated by or as if by fire; creating a burning feeling: as, a fiery wound or eruption; fiery liquors or condiments.
    • Like fire in place; heated by or like by fire; producing a burning feeling: as, a fiery wound or eruption; fiery liquors or condiments.
    • In cricket, causing the ball to bound large after pitching: said of wicket or bowler.
    • In cricket, evoking the basketball to bound large after pitching: said of wicket or bowler.
    • composed of fire, or resembling fire; burning or flaming: because, the fiery flood of Etna; a fiery meteor; a flower of a fiery shade.
    • Like fire in character or high quality; vehement; impetuous; passionate; fierce: because, a fiery address; a fiery steed.
    • Like fire essentially; heated by or just as if by fire; making a burning feeling: as, a fiery injury or eruption; fiery liquors or condiments.
    • In cricket, causing the basketball to bound large after pitching: stated of wicket or bowler.
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