Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as fire-walk.

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Examples

  • Future adventures include a trip to Haiti with Sean Penn, a tour of Skywalker Ranch with George Lucas, a sit-down with a Hasidic Jewish family, fire-walking with Tony Robbins and a voyage to India with Deepak Chopra.

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  • Ask the 28 people who suffered serious burns during an attempt to break the fire-walking world record in New Zealand.

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  • Built in 1827, it's a popular venue for Hindu weddings and hosts a fire-walking ceremony each in October or November.

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  • Ask the 28 people who suffered serious burns during an attempt to break the fire-walking world record in New Zealand.

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  • No, "Braise" did not seem fitting, but forthcoming it became, as would be the fire-walking ...

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  • No, "Braise" did not seem fitting, but forthcoming it became, as would be the fire-walking ...

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  • No, "Braise" did not seem fitting, but forthcoming it became, as would be the fire-walking...

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  • No, "Braise" did not seem fitting, but forthcoming it became, as would be the fire-walking...

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  • It will help to “prove” your faith in “Bob” by mastering an impossible feat like fire-walking, snake-handling or levitating.

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  • It will help to “prove” your faith in “Bob” by mastering an impossible feat like fire-walking, snake-handling or levitating.

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