Definition of "firebird" [fire•bird]

  • Any of various birds, such as the Baltimore oriole, having bright scarlet or orange plumage. (noun)

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Use "firebird" in a sentence
  • "As well as calling Miss Bruce his 'firebird', unmarried Oakey had also scrawled messages inside such as, 'I love you Fiona'."
  • "A stalker who bombarded Fiona Bruce with love letters calling her his 'firebird' avoided being sent to jail yesterday despite being criticised by the judge."
  • "* Set dynamic config value with arithmetic operation. function set_config_count ($config_name, $increment, $is_dynamic = false) global $db, $cache; switch ($db - > sql_layer) case 'firebird':"