Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of firer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And you call other country leaders crazy and wonder why we have killing, flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes, and firers in America.

    Evening Buzz: Pres. Obama’s Wrong Focus?

  • If you wish to target Hamas you must not use a method that cannot be directed specifically at said mortar firers.

    Rebecca Shapiro: Looking For Photographs From Israel And Gaza

  • I suspect the partying is mostly the young, the cohete firers more middle aged, and the church goers of all ages.

    November celebrations

  • I suspect the partying is mostly the young, the cohete firers more middle aged, and the church goers of all ages.

    November celebrations

  • Even the crews of the torpedo-boats and destroyers that had brought their quick-firers up the Thames refused to stop, mutinied, and went down again.

    The War of the Worlds

  • And after some surveillance and intelligence analysis, it was determined that one was that a couple of -- that some radars and control centers that were outside the no-fly zone but looking south were giving the Iraqi gunners and missile firers a better picture of what was going on overhead.

    CNN Transcript - Breaking News: U.S., Britain Launch Air Strike Against Iraqi Radar Installations - February 16, 2001

  • Theilepape loosed six hundred bullets in a thirty-second burst which forced the rocket firers to go flat in the ditch and wait for a better opportunity.

    The Village

  • Theilepape loosed six hundred bullets in a thirty-second burst which forced the rocket firers to go flat in the ditch and wait for a better opportunity.

    The Village

  • Theilepape loosed six hundred bullets in a thirty-second burst which forced the rocket firers to go flat in the ditch and wait for a better opportunity.

    The Village

  • Theilepape loosed six hundred bullets in a thirty-second burst which forced the rocket firers to go flat in the ditch and wait for a better opportunity.

    The Village

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