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Synonyms for fieriness

the heat or the color of fire

a passionate and quick-tempered nature

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retention was awful, deliveries into the box were aimless - the the box were aimless - the fieriness of the pitch was fieriness of the pitch was making life look harder than making life look harder than it should have been.
Fifth on that occasion was Lord Tiger, trained by Satish Seemar, whose stable jockey, Richard Mullen, chooses to ride stable companion, Fieriness.
Green helps to restore us, while the other two main colours in the colour wheel have qualities of their adjacent primary colours - orange bringing together the warmth of red and the optimism of yellow, while mauve is unusual in that it combines the fieriness of red and the coolness of blue.
The work of connecting contributes to the intensity that will transform their experiences of love-suffering and the fieriness of the demon the man will expel.
He has played age-group cricket for England and one of the things that stands out about him is the red hair and the fieriness and energy.
Lady Macbeth stands in the backlit window of a castle tower; the golden glow behind her further fuels the fieriness of the moment and suggests a gateway to Hell.
I'd like to see more of a fieriness about us in those situations.
We are quite a quiet team, I would like to see more of a fieriness about us when we get to those situations.
When he took a side, his vanity or his spleen more frequently gave the casting vote than his judgment; and the fieriness of his zeal was in exact proportion to the levity of his understanding, and the want of conscious sincerity.
There's surely more than enough going on in good old eccentric Britain, the only place where the quirkiness of Captain Jack in his ancient RAF coat and the Welsh fieriness of his only surviving side-kick Gwen, (played by Eve Myles) could seem right at home.
I'd tell her the color of something she had touched--a tiny pinch to describe the fieriness of the red, a small rub for the warm brightness of the yellow--and she would describe to me how the cries of babies sounded like the pitiable growls of hungry cats, seeking attention.