from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having eyes of fire.


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  • The big money boys will all be with McCain because "he can win", but the true fire-eyed shock-troops will have Romneey in their hearts.

    Conservative Gary Bauer: Romney's Mormonism Okay By Me

  • The nice Republican ladies, the who'd seen to it I got a turn with a question after watching me hold my hand up for about 30 minutes, suddenly, and understandably, turned fire-eyed, somewhere around the line about tax cuts and deficits, she leaned into me so fast I pulled back a bit.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Current Comedy 8/24/09: Reportage from Trent Franks' Kingman Rally,

  • I have not watched the dragons come, fire-eyed, across the world

    APED: "it's totally just as good"

  • Be it the fire-eyed rants from the cowardly shrieking eel named Sarah Palin, or the ignorant and naïve witch-hunters in line at various McCain rallies, or the sanctioned Republican Party conspiracy to turn Senator Obama into an Islamic terrorist, we've only begun to scratch the surface of what the far-right is capable of -- in broad daylight no less.

    Bob Cesca: The Republican War Against Senator Obama

  • Left Behind fans are apparently more worried about simulated violence in video games than about believing an actual prophecy of the future -- endorsed by their spiritual leaders -- in which their friendly Jewish, Islamic and atheist neighbors have their tongues dissolved in screaming agony by a fire-eyed Jesus.

    Going Into Godmode in Left Behind

  • Behind me sounded no more yells, but I knew that the Picts were ranging like fire-eyed wolves through the forest, spreading in a vast semi-circle and combing it as they ran.

    The Conquering Sword of Conan

  • Cloaked in hood and mask, the mountain man seemed a menacing figure atop his black, fire-eyed war charger.

    Wit'ch Storm

  • Not far away, Roland was running his hands over the mane of a black, fire-eyed stallion.

    Child Of The Hunt

  • But I felt morally reprehensible when I saw them, as if I were somehow responsible for transmuting a pacific people into fire-eyed militarists.

    Shadow Games

  • I saw a quiet visage, and a figure of moderate size, rather _embonpoint_, and altogether the reverse of that fire-eyed and lean-countenanced

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 339, January, 1844


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