American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of various combustible compounds, especially salts of lithium or strontium, that burn bright red and are used in flares and fireworks.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Pyrotech.) See Blue fire, under Fire.
- n. combustible material (usually salts of lithium or strontium) that burns bright red; used in flares and fireworks
“Considering how complex is the service, the price is extremely moderate -- the mere actual expenses of the campaign, the cost of red fire and torch-lights, of liquor and newspaper advertisements.”
“The gem on the dwarf's headdress glowed, and red fire leaped from the gem to the blade of his axe-staff.”
“A marvellous night, raving with moonlight — and somebody burning off the bush in a ring of sultry red fire under the moon in the distance, a slow ring of creeping red fire, like some ring of fireflies, upon the far – off darkness of the land’s body, under the white blaze of the moon above.”
“He saw Weasel’s worried gaze, but he was still sensing the battle, the red fire of pain, and the cold emptiness of death.”
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