spitfire

[n] - a highly emotional and quick-tempered person (especially a girl or woman)
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Spitfire

• (n.) A violent, irascible, or passionate person.
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spitfire

noun a highly emotional and quick-tempered person (especially a girl or woman)
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Spitfire

Spit'fire` noun A violent, irascible, or passionate person. [ Colloq.] Grose.
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spitfire

A small strong storm jib.
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Spitfire

British aircraft legendary for being used in World War II. This single engine, eight-gun monoplane was designed by R J Mitchell in 1936 and went into service with...
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Spitfire

Spitfire is an amber-coloured, mild, smoky malt ale from the Shepherd Neame brewery, Kent.
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Spitfire

Spitfire is British slang for a cigarette lighter.
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Spitfire

the most widely produced and strategically important British single-seat fighter of World War II. The Spitfire, renowned for winning victory laurels ... [6 related articles]
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Spitfire

The Spitfire is a 9 mm IMI and .40 inch Smith and Wesson calibre British pistol. It was designed by John Slough during the mid-1980s for British military forces and has been in production since 1990. The pistol takes a fifteen round magazine and is cast of stainless steel and finished to high tolerances making it a very accurate gun.
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Spitfire

The Vickers-Armstrong Supermarine Spitfire was a British single-seater fighter and photo-reconnaissance aircraft of the Second World War. The MK I was armed with 4 machine-guns in each wing. The MK II and MK V were armed with 2 20 mm cannons and 4 machine-guns. The Spitfire was powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin III engine, later changed for a Merlin ...
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