- n. alternative spelling of live wire.
“Chile's squad has a solid foundation of young players, such as livewire winger Alexis Sanchez, a 20-year-old who plays for Udinese, midfielders Carlos Carmona, 22, (Reggina),”
“Is it because they are livewire act that could go awry at any second, and often do?”
“The livewire, though, offered a more conventional reminder of his talents as he broke West Bromwich Albion's dogged resistance, to maintain Tottenham's eye‑catching form and what must be considered as their title challenge.”
“Barcelona's Xavi, left, tries to keep the Arsenal livewire Jack Wilshere at bay.”
“He's such a livewire and is causing all sorts of problems for Paraguay.”
“But now he must go head to head with Billy Slater, the Melbourne Storm livewire on whom he has modelled much of his game.”
“Fans could depart revelling again in an efficient dismissal, illuminated by the slippery attacking of two livewire wingers and an impressively mobile midfield.”
“We caught up with Bobby at a weekend engagement at Caroline's On Broadway, where we talked to the livewire comedian about how he feels about President Obama, what he'd do if he found out he was related to Oprah, and why he didn't like "True Grit.”
“Neither was Gavin off-put by the actions of livewire Laura, her of the challenging personality who hit him with a whip during the romantic photo task and keeps asking to be picked up and carried.”
“All of which is to say that Brown's livewire tendencies can definitely get him into trouble.”
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