fire raiser

Related to fire raiser: fire riser

fire raiser

n
a person who deliberately sets fire to property
fire raising n
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fire raiser

[ˈfaɪəˌreɪzəʳ] nincendiario/a
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The three-year-old filly has yet to open her account but has run well at the seaside track in the past and was not beaten far when third to Fire Raiser at Brighton last time.
FFOS LAS: 2.20 Pin Cushion, 2.50 Tweedledrum, 3.20 Fire Raiser, 3.50 Lady Eclair (nap), 4.20 Manassas, 4.50 Celtic Ransom.
Last Monday, Fire Raiser did this column proud when a fast-finishing second at Windsor over a mile, having being levered down from an early-morning 10-1 to 6-1 at the off.
A convicted fire raiser promoted to a top job in the prison kitchen already.
A pounds 10,000 reward has been offered by the Cornish Mutual farm insurance group to help catch the fire raiser.
The grudge-bearing fire raiser called a local newspaper two hours after trying to burn down the home of pounds 310,000-a-year United Utilities chairman Sir Desmond Pitcher.
The trial of the fire raiser, the FAI, and an investigation by the Chief Inspector of Fire were followed by a 17-day disciplinary tribunal.
A SUSPECTED fire raiser behind a devastating blaze must be caught, said a mum at the centre of the near-miss.
In the concluding 1m handicap (9.10) at Windsor I'm going to throw away a few quid on Fire Raiser. Having had only five runs, this gelding has untold scope for improvement and the excellent Jimmy Fortune rides him for the first time.
Their building was one of 14 properties targeted by a fire raiser who has never been found.
A FIRE raiser risked the lives of sleeping neighbours when he put a match to his partner's clothes in a wardrobe.

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