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electric fire

noun
1.
a device that provides heat for a room from an incandescent electric element
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  • There was some failure of the electric fire, and a subsidence of the system.

    Guy Deverell, v. 1 of 2 Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Spread out like a disk or sphere of flame, of electric fire, you see.

    The Air Trust George Allan England
  • His eyes flashed with an electric fire that thrilled the girl through.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • Wenonah, at the door of her brother's wigwam, looked into the north and saw the stars grow pale through streams of electric fire.

  • It ran from soul to soul like electric fire, and nerved the arm of thousands to fight in the holy cause of Freedom.

    Walker's Appeal, with a Brief Sketch of His Life David Walker and Henry Highland Garnet
  • They said her passion and power, her dramatic instinct, her intensity were so great, that she was like electric fire.

    A Mad Love Bertha M. Clay
  • Otto von Guericke, burgomaster of Magdeburg, invented the electrical machine for generating large quantities of the electric fire.

  • If electric fire had taken the place of blood in his veins, he could not have bounded up more quickly.

    The Rover of the Andes R.M. Ballantyne
  • Directly beneath him, as it appeared, the Dog Star rolled, a mass of electric fire.

  • It is but an electric fire at the end of atmospheric disturbances.

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