Fires vs Firey - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between fires and firey
is that fires
is while firey
is (australia|colloquial) a firefighter.
As a verb fires
As an adjective firey is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
The word .
(Australia, colloquial) A firefighter.
* 2006 , Don Woodland, Simon Bouda, Salvation Army, Picking Up the Pieces: A Life of Care and Compassion ,
* 2010 , Helen Thomas, Life with Rosie: The Highs and Lows of Raising a Racehorse ,
- So if a firey was having difficulties, I could go into bat for him if I felt it was necessary.
* 2010 , Karen Kissane, Worst of Days: Inside the Black Saturday Firestorm ,
- ‘Just one of those things that happens on a day like this,’ one of the fireys says, staring at what was the back door of the car.
- Kinglake West firey Chris Lloyd says the camaraderie is a critical ingredient of CFA life.