Having the disposition or spirit of a fire-eater, in sense 2; recklessly defiant and fiery.
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "fire-eating" in a sentence
"But it doesn't strike me as exactly appropriate that your daughter and my wife should be friendly with this fire-eating anarchist who is always attacking us and all that we represent."
"MOUNT VERNON COLONIAL MARKET AND FAIR Colonial-attired artisans sell traditional wares and provide entertainment including music, fire-eating, sword-swallowing, magic shows and Potomac River sightseeing cruises."
"COLONIAL MARKET AND FAIR, colonial-attired artisans demonstrate 18th-century crafts and sell traditional wares, 18th-century entertainment including music, fire-eating, sword-swallowing, puppet and magic shows and specialty food for sale."