Definition for fireball (2 of 2)
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Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey is manufactured by Sazerac, an alcoholic beverage company based in Metairie, La.
In 2011, Fireball had just $1.9 million in sales in the United States, reported Bloomberg Businessweek.
Fireball has exploded in popularity in the United States, prompting expansion in Europe.
Fireball insists that there are “no health risks” and that “all Fireball formulas are absolutely safe to drink.”
The European formula for Fireball has even less: under one gram per kilogram of propylene glycol.
The sound went back across the sky along the path the fireball had followed.Creatures of the Abyss|Murray Leinster
On November 12, 1887, a very curious instance of a fireball was noticed on the Atlantic.
It looked like an immense green spark a foot long, or like a fireball.The Planet Savers|Marion Zimmer Bradley
In the adjoining house, the second fireball had also gone down a chimney, and had exploded in the kitchen, causing great damage.
Banasel winced a little as the fireball spread, then rose skyward, to form a large cloud.The Players|Everett B. Cole