Pronunciation of Fire
/fˈa͡ɪ͡ə/, /fˈaɪə/, /f_ˈaɪə/
Synonyms for fire:
luminescence, wildfire, shooting match, splutter, uptime, bombardment, marching orders, mesh, school shooting, fire fight, marksmanship, spontaneous combustion, drive-by, pyre, brilliancy, reload, zero in on, outplacement, forest fire, elbow out, gunfire, Russian Roulette, eliminate, firelight, ease out, the NRA, brushfire, harden, gunfight, zealousness, friendly fire, removal, gun control, rifle range, shoot-out, defrock, bonfire, pink slip, brilliance, malfunction.
crossfire, cashier, salvo, cycle, fire off, shooting gallery, backfire, point-blank, ignite, furlough, luminosity, firestorm, turkey shoot, outgun, retrench, hatchet man, layoff, misfire, detonate, kick over, gunshot, shooting, radiance, redundancy, inferno.
pickup, idle, let off.
stall, warm up.
sun, warm up.
set on fire
Other synonyms and related words:
enkindle, passionateness, dismiss, fire off, kindle, shooting, go, stir, vehemence, give the gate, sack, bang, firing, gunfire, ignite, conflagrate, can, kiln, bounce, give the sack, discharge, fervidness.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
spontaneous combustion, firestorm, wildfire.
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
animation, vigor (noun)
fervency, snap, punch, verve, eagerness, enthusiasm, passion, intensity, white heat, pep, force, sparkle, fervor, excitement, zeal, spirit, zip, drive, energy, dash, vivacity, ardor, zing, light, exhilaration, radiance, vim.
barrage of projectiles (noun)
elicit, evoke, ardour, flak, burn down, send away, force out, firing, flame, give the axe, fuel, flack, arouse, fervor, flaming, sack, kindle, open fire, provoke, ardor, terminate, fervidness, raise, burn, dismiss, give notice, enkindle, attack, can, discharge, fervour, fervency, blast.
light source (noun)
klieg light, neon light, flashlight, beacon, street lamp, table lamp, floor lamp, light bulb, taper, mercury-vapor lamp, Illuminator, sun, oil lamp, floodlight, candle, Tungsten lamp, star, jack-o'-lantern, moon, headlight, light, lamp, searchlight, lantern, torch, arc lamp, pilot light, flare, desk light, spotlight, fluorescent light, flame, moonbeam, incandescent light.
on fire (noun)
cause to burn (verb)
discharge, open fire.
detonate or throw a weapon (verb)
dismiss from responsibility (verb)
excite, arouse (verb)
inspire, move, magnetize, prompt, ferment, hasten, jostle, jog, shoot, knock, jerk, nudge, instigate, hurtle, strike, poke, urge, entice, foment, encourage, punch, bump, trigger, jolt, induce, motivate, provoke.
butt, pitch, thrust, impel, cast, bowl, prod, flick, goad, shove, bunt, hurl, lob, ram, precipitate, pelt, compel, cant, toss, project, catapult, launch, shunt, push, heave, throw, sling, chuck, fling, propel.