from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. small block of flammable substance, typically sawdust and wax combined, used to light fires.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. (a piece of) a substance that burns easily and can be used to start a coal or coke fire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A composition of inflammable materials, as pitch and sawdust, used for kindling fires.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (a piece of) a substance that burns easily and can be used to start a coal or coke fire
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Failure to act against foreigners who are stretching public services, he added, would be handing a "firelighter" to Britain's small but rabidly anti-immigrant political party, the British National Party.
It's the conversational firelighter that sees you through a sputtering 0-0 draw at The Hawthorns.
Gathering a few handfuls of straw from a ruined mattress and a candle stub for a firelighter, she dug in her pack for a couple of strike-anywhere matches and managed to get a small blaze going, astonished that the ancient peat was still dry enough to burn.
I call forth the firelighter but the arsonist breaks through and he is I.
Reports suggest that after speaking to the FT Beverly Hughes was heard to say to her advisor, "have you got a spare tenner I can use as a firelighter please?"
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She knelt down to poke the firelighter under the wooden kindling and then leaned forward as she lit a match.
He resumed it in our chambers, while I operated on the hearth with a firelighter.
ONCE a burning firelighter is placed against a tyre, it takes a few minutes for a car to ignite, giving the arsonist plenty of time to escape.
Liverpool fans need something quickly to replace those Torres 9 numbers, once the biggest selling replica in Premier League history, now of little more use than as a firelighter.