fire-eater


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Synonyms for fire-eater

a belligerent grouch

a performer who pretends to swallow fire

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He said: "They were sitting right at the front and were just feet away from the fire-eater.
Jessica said: "It would be great to see a band performing in the SU Bar or maybe even a fire-eater in one of the scenes.
Alison Parkinson, based at the trust's offices in Northumberland Street, Huddersfield, said: "We arranged for a fire-eater, but she has had to withdraw due to family commitments.
A SIX-year-old British girl was killed after she was showered with flames while watching a fire-eater on holiday.
Huddersfield-born illusionist and fire-eater Barry Walls has died aged 66.
An action-packed day for all the family is promised, with jugglers, clowns, bands, a fire-eater, fairground rides, The Big Rock climbing wall, giant inflatable figures, Argarmeles Clog Dancers, Southport Swords, the Big Rock, the Maghull Handbell Ringers, the Lyric Singers, Crosby Gilbert & Sullivan Society, a model steam railway and marionettes on offer.
A list of the world's most dangerous occupations would have to to include fire-eater, sword swallower, tightrope walker and playing goalkeeper for the Kings.
A juggler, escapologist and fire-eater will perform, and a community gospel choir will sing.
Emily Harris, a 25-year-old fire-eater in a travelling circus, collapsed in shock after the mix-up.
The event will begin with a fire-eater outside Waterstones in Grey Street, Newcastle, at 6pm, and will be followed by Mr Almond reading from, and talking about, his novel, The Fire Eaters.
Among the most popular attractions was fire-eater Kondini.
A fire-eater and stilt walkers entertain guests arriving at Viva Brazil
And what man would pass up a serving of these fire-eater chicken wings?
There will be three main comedians - former juggler, unicyclist, knife-thrower, fire-eater and magician Martin Mor (left), Newcastle-based Tony Jameson and Joe Bromehead.
There were also fairground rides, inflatable wrestling, a fire-eater as well as DJs, a beer tent and other stalls selling ice creams and refreshments.