all-fired all-fired


  1. (adj) extreme; used as an intensifier
  2. (adv) extremely



  1. There's no more colorful introduction to Bollywood than this all-singing, all-dancing, all-fired spectacle.
  2. And thank heavens for Irene Saltz, without whose all-fired energy Tarbox would never have achieved such an effective League of Women Voters or Fair Housing Group.
  3. It was Albert, not Victoria, who was so all-fired prim and proper that the term Victorian was saddled on her era as a synonym for Puritan rigidity.


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