- 1A ball of flame or fire: a crashed petrol tanker exploded in a fireballMore example sentences
- It tore into the glass and metal, leaving a second gaping hole several storeys high from which a fireball of smoke and flame erupted.
- Giant fireballs and trails of fire accompany the performers in the energetic and dramatic display.
- At this point my engine exploded followed by a large fireball, with the fire spreading to the adjacent water.
- 1.1A large bright meteor.More example sentences
- Past displays have featured a richness of both fireballs and faint meteors but have included fewer objects of medium brightness.
- Circles are the subject matter of her new work and she uses them to explore her fascination with planets, moons, suns, fireballs and comets.
- On this day, local residents observed a huge fireball, almost as bright as the Sun, moving across the sky.
- 1.2 • historical A ball filled with combustibles or explosives, fired at an enemy or enemy fortifications.More example sentences
- Catapults pelting fireballs were used with little effect.
- The sky was black as midnight, lit only by glowing sparks, firebrands and fireballs shooting into the air.
- In the olden days, the ships shot fireballs.
- 1.3A person with a fiery temper or a great deal of energy.More example sentences
- At 81 years of age, he remains a fireball of creative energy.
- She has her Dad's temper and as her older brother, Mason, will attest, she can be a fireball.
- He's a real fireball too; I like the feistiness.
More definitions of fireballDefinition of fireball in:
- The US English dictionary