[pahy-ruh-tek-nik or pahy-ruh-tek-ni-kuh l]
- of or relating to pyrotechnics.
- pertaining to, resembling, or suggesting fireworks.
Origin of pyrotechnic
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Examples from the Web for pyrotechnic
These depictions tend to be rather, shall we say, pyrotechnic.‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Fever Dream You Can’t Wake Up From
June 29, 2014
Angel Westberry, 43, watched the pyrotechnic stage show that entertained visitors while they waited.The House of Shock Is Terrifying Its Guests and Causing Controversy—and the Zombies Who Run the Show Are Loving It
October 25, 2013
Many in the crowd reportedly first mistook the flames flickering above the stage as part of a pyrotechnic display.Arrests Made in Brazilian Nightclub Inferno
January 28, 2013
In Europe the Italians were the first to cultivate the pyrotechnic art.
We are only the victims of his pyrotechnic violence; and it is he who hits us in the eye.What I Saw in America
G. K. Chesterton
No one within its walls has been witness to the pyrotechnic display.The Death Shot
Marion was alternately amused and dazzled by the pyrotechnic Agatha.Regiment of Women
To one who did not understand, the sky looked like a pyrotechnic display.The Moon Colony
William Dixon Bell
Word Origin and History for pyrotechnic
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