“He was back on the Essex again when she was attacked in Valparaiso harbor by a British squadron, and got his baptism of fire in one of the hardest-fought naval battles in history.”
“I think the darkeys 'll give him a' baptism of fire 'of sumthin akin to it, afore long, that' ll do him more good than jinen meetin ', and' ll be a”
“This unique birth and baptism of fire in themselves surroundedthe Reich with a halo of historic glory such as only the oldest states-andthey but seldom-could boast.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘baptism of fire’.
place to place 'fire' words
a bird in the han..., a broken heart, a cross to bear, a drop in the bucket, a fly in the oint..., a graven image, a house divided a..., a labour of love, a law unto themse..., a leopard cannot ..., a man after his o..., a multitude of sins and 118 more...
Biblical collocations and collocations relating to the Bible. This is just a stud. The topic is enermous.
words with pyr or the sense of fire
ironic detachment, get one's leg over, run wild, mad as a box of f..., keep your chin up, baker's dozen, fire a shot in anger, have a field day, go over with a fi..., as the crow flies, leap of faith, learn one's lesson and 224 more...
Words heard on and around Anzac Day, a public holiday in Australia on 25th April. It commemmorates the landings on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey during World War I by ANZAC forces, ie. the Aust...
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