Fire blast

Related to Fire blast: blizzard
a disease of plants which causes them to appear as if burnt by fire.

See also: Fire

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Habshi called for a thorough inspection of the refugee camp in light of information about triggering the fire blast, and the appearance of weapons in possession by some displaced persons and their repeated disputes.
That's never great as my ability to breathe a fire blast is what makes me the performer I am so I never want the flame to be smaller.
Play by touching the screen to fire blast of light.
Federal motor and vehicle safety standards static and dynamic tests, vertical impact tests and live fire blast tests are among some of the tests administered.
VICTIMS: From left, Ptes Aaron James McClure, Robert Graham Foster and John Thrumble, who died in a friendly fire blast
"We called the fire brigade because there was too much smoke and it was getting worse, as they arrived the fire blasted out just as the firefighters tried to go inside.
The new magic system is a great addition: each character has their standard combo and these are deadly enough, but now you can combine these with the new magic attacks sending the likes of mini hurricanes and fire blasts into crowds of bad guys.
But Beyonce and Jay-Z made up for the lag, performing back-to-back hits on a large stage that included fire blasts and fireworks during their On the Run II Tour.
Timberlake's idol was featured in hologram form, and it performed "Slave to the Rhythm,'' a song from Jackson's new posthumous album "Xscape,'' along with a plethora of background dancers, beaming lights and fire blasts. It was easily the biggest moment at the awards show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The hologram, which mirrored King of Pop's signature slick dance moves, performed 'Slave to the Rhythm' along with a plethora of background dancers, beaming lights and fire blasts, reported.