where's the fire
What's the big hurry, as in We've got to finish up.—Why, where's the fire? This phrase, generally addressed to someone in an unseemly rush (such as a speeding motorist pulled over by a police officer), alludes to firemen hurrying to put out a fire. [Slang; 1920s]
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The fire had been heaped over with earth—to screen it from prying eyes, I suppose, while the good work went on.
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