Zealous ambition; energy; high spirits: You want someone with fire in the belly/ It’s hard to get fire in the belly over health insurance when it’s stuffed with pate
[1951+; probably fr the French phrase avoir quelque chose dans le ventre, ”to have something in the gut”]
plural noun 1. the implements used for tending a fireplace, as tongs and poker. plural noun 1. metal fireside implements, such as poker, shovel, and tongs
[fahyuh r-lis] /ˈfaɪər lɪs/ adjective 1. lacking fire; without a fire. 2. lacking spirit or enthusiasm.
noun 1. an insulated container that seals in heat to cook food. noun 1. an insulated container that retains enough heat to cook food or keep it warm noun phrase An outdoor toilet; privy; backhouse [1920s+; fr a device for cooking with stored-up heat, found by 1908]
[fahyuh r-lahyt] /ˈfaɪərˌlaɪt/ noun 1. the light from a fire, as on a hearth. n. Old English fyrleoht; see fire (n.) + light (n.).