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ablaze on fire. [2 definitions]
afire burning; on fire. [1/2 definitions]
asbestos a mineral that separates into fibers and does not catch fire or conduct electricity. Asbestos is used to make fireproof materials and insulation.
barbecue an outdoor party at which meat and vegetables are cooked over an open fire. [2/4 definitions]
bellows (used with a singular or plural verb) a bag that can be expanded to draw air in and squeezed to force air out. Bellows are used to blow air on a fire or produce sound on a musical instrument.
blaze1 a strong outburst of fire or emotion. [2/4 definitions]
blockhouse a fort or building with openings for weapons to fire through, formerly built of heavy wood boards. [1/2 definitions]
bombard to attack with bombs, cannon fire, or artillery. [1/2 definitions]
bonfire a large fire built outside for celebration or warmth.
burn to be in flames; be on fire. [2/8 definitions]
campfire an outdoor fire used for cooking or warmth while camping.
cannon a large gun that is set on wheels or some other base. Cannons fire heavy shells.
cock1 to set the hammer of so as to be ready to fire. [1/3 definitions]
diesel engine a type of engine that burns fuel oil. Diesel engines are different from most car engines, which use an electric spark to ignite the fuel. In a diesel engine, the fuel is sprayed into a chamber and set on fire by the heat of air that has been put under high pressure. Big trucks have diesel engines.
discharge to shoot or fire off. [2/6 definitions]
dismiss to remove from a job; fire. [1/3 definitions]
dragon an imaginary monster that looks like a giant lizard with wings, claws, and a long tail. In stories or pictures, dragons breathe fire and often guard a place or treasure.
ember a small piece of glowing wood or coal in a dying fire.
fiery on fire or containing fire; flaming. [2/3 definitions]
fire engine a large truck that carries firefighters and their tools to a fire. Fire engines usually have a ladder and a pump for spraying water or chemicals used to put out fires.
fire escape a metal stair or ladder used as an emergency exit in case of fire. Fire escapes are usually on the outside of buildings.