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  • noun Plural form of fireship.

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Examples

  • By midsummer, everyone was on the lookout for strangers who might turn out to be French agents, and Lord Lisle, as lord admiral, attempted a daring plan that involved sending fireships against the French in their own port at the mouth of the Seine.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • By midsummer, everyone was on the lookout for strangers who might turn out to be French agents, and Lord Lisle, as lord admiral, attempted a daring plan that involved sending fireships against the French in their own port at the mouth of the Seine.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • By midsummer, everyone was on the lookout for strangers who might turn out to be French agents, and Lord Lisle, as lord admiral, attempted a daring plan that involved sending fireships against the French in their own port at the mouth of the Seine.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • By midsummer, everyone was on the lookout for strangers who might turn out to be French agents, and Lord Lisle, as lord admiral, attempted a daring plan that involved sending fireships against the French in their own port at the mouth of the Seine.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • After four thousand years amongst humanity, the Kiriath finally abandoned this world, fleeing in their vast fireships back through the subterrenean portals leading to other worlds.

    The Steel Remains by Richard Morgan

  • After four thousand years amongst humanity, the Kiriath finally abandoned this world, fleeing in their vast fireships back through the subterrenean portals leading to other worlds.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • At midnight the French sent a flaming squadron of fireships down upon the British ships which were discharging their stores at

    The Virginians

  • Our seamen thought it was good sport to tow the fireships clear of the fleet, and ground them on the shore, where they burned out.

    The Virginians

  • While the fireships effectively are controlled by the Magi'i, once their towers fail, the Magi'i, too, will become more dependent upon the merchanters.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Second, the outlanders have noticed that there are fewer fireships.

    Scion of Cyador

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