Definition of 'on fire'
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Two other women were set on fire last year by spurned partners. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We got on like a house on fire from day one. The Sun (2016)He had a quiet Euros and he hasn't exactly set the house on fire this year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We got on like a house on fire from day one. The Sun (2008)One houses was completely gone and another one was on fire. The Sun (2008)Hopefully we get the one who is on fire. The Sun (2015)We got on like a house on fire from day one but we have been through some horrible stuff. The Sun (2012)He managed to get out of the Warrior and was rolling about the street on fire. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War (2006)It was pitiful - all her top half was on fire. The Sun (2009)If your house was on fire, what one thing would you take with you? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was on fire a year ago but since coming back from his serious ankle injury he's not been the same. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And to make short tale, those three ships set on fire all the ships, that none were saved. Malory: The Life and Times of King Arthur's Chronicler (2005)I could have set myself on fire and no one would have noticed, so it turned into just another day at work. The Sun (2013)Firefighters found about ten cars on fire but the flames spread to the rest - some valued at around 50,000 and in for only minor repairs. The Sun (2015)A MAN was fighting for life in hospital last night after being set on fire when he opened his front door. The Sun (2008)
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