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  • n. Plural form of firestone.


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  • Mm, yum, gnomes are tasty little morsels. *roar* Stoking the firestones.

    carpe_libris: Plot Tension

  • I drank lava and ate firestones—which allowed me to breathe fire for the first time ever.

    Kenny & the Dragon

  • Some, like the firestones, they found in the hills to the east.

    The Conquering Sword of Conan

  • She balanced a coffeepot and pans on the firestones and began mixing ground corn.

    Forty Acres and Maybe a Mule

  • A cast-iron skillet balanced on firestones sizzled in the embers.

    Beowulf's Children

  • Though with her iron pyrite firestones Ayla didn't need to use them, she knew that the previous year's dry woody stems could be twirled between the palms to make fire, or they could be used as fuel.

    The Plains of Passage

  • Her medicine bag would go with her, of course, firestones and fire-making kit, her sewing kit, one change of inner clothes, and felt boot liners, sleeping rolls, and hunting weapons.

    The Plains of Passage

  • She picked up the pouch that held their firestones, and she emptied it to see how many of the grayish yellow metallic pieces of iron pyrite they had left.

    The Plains of Passage

  • Thinking these thoughts Aminza carefully wrapped Eldin's firestones in a scrap of dry skin which she placed in his waterproof pouch.

    Hero Of Dreams

  • He tore fragments of paper from a wall, struck sparks from his firestones, tossed the makeshift brand into the pit behind him.

    Hero Of Dreams


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