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Daemon
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fire-breathing

(used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth. More...

KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
Posted: Friday, November 8, 2019 12:43:37 AM

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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
Posted: Friday, November 8, 2019 12:43:38 AM

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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
Posted: Friday, November 8, 2019 12:43:40 AM

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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
KSPavan
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
Adyl Mouhei
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Fire-breathing

Adjective:

1.
(of a mythical creature) capable of exhaling flames.
"the enormous fire-breathing dragon"

2.
characterized by an intensely zealous or aggressive manner of expression.
"a novel with fearless, fire-breathing prose"
Wilmar (USA)
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fire-breathing — (used as a modifier before a noun) Particularly ardent, vehement, or excoriating in speech or behavior. Likened to a dragon or other creature able to shoot streams of fire from its mouth.
Emel Rapchan
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monamagda
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