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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types [1]

 Deuteronomy 33:2 (a) In GOD's law He revealed His justice, His righteousness and His power.

As fire destroys burnable materials, so the law of GOD destroys all that opposes GOD, and all that promotes sin.

 Psalm 21:9 (a) By this picture we learn that GOD will punish His enemies eternally in the lake of fire. Even in this life the ungodly suffer the consequences of their disobedience to GOD. They will be in pain as a burning from the results of their sins. (See  Hebrews 10:27).

 Isaiah 14:29 (a) Though the King of Assyria should depart from them, his posterity would yet pursue and injure Israel, destroying their land, and appropriating their property.

 Daniel 7:9-10 (a) This is a type of the severity and certainty of GOD's judgments wherein He executes wrath upon all the guilty.

 Nahum 2:3 (Marg). (a) Some think that this is a definite reference to the operation of motor vehicles by electricity. It may refer to the speed with which they would operate, as well as the power of operation.

 Ephesians 6:16 (a) Here is a picture of the fierce attacks which Satan will make on GOD's people by the malicious tongues of his followers, and by persecution.

 1 Peter 4:12 (a) By this is indicated the time of suffering and persecution that awaits GOD's people from Satan and his followers.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [2]

1: Πυρόω (Strong'S #4448 — Verb — puroo — poo-ro'-o )

"to set on fire, burn up" (from pur, "fire"), always used in the Passive Voice in the NT, is translated "fiery" in  Ephesians 6:16 , metaphorically of the darts of the evil one; "fire-tipped" would perhaps bring out the verbal force of the word. The most ancient mss. have the article repeated, lit., "the darts of the evil one, the fiery (darts)," marking them as particularly destructive. Some mss. omit the repeated article. In ancient times, darts were often covered with burning material. See Burn , Fire , Try , Note (1).

 Hebrews 10:27 1—Peter 4:12 Revelation 18:9,18Trial.

Webster's Dictionary [3]

(1): ( a.) Unrestrained; fierce; mettlesome; spirited.

(2): ( a.) heated by fire, or as if by fire; burning hot; parched; feverish.

(3): ( a.) Passionate; easily provoked; irritable.

(4): ( a.) Vehement; ardent; very active; impetuous.

(5): ( a.) Consisting of, containing, or resembling, fire; as, the fiery gulf of Etna; a fiery appearance.

King James Dictionary [4]

FI'ERY, a. from fire.

1. Consisting of fire as the fiery gulf of Etna.

And fiery billows roll below.

2. Hot like fire as a fiery heart. 3. Vehement ardent very active impetuous as a fiery spirit. 4. Passionate easily provoked irritable.

You know the fiery quality of the duke.

5. Unrestrained fierce as a fiery steed. 6. Heated by fire.

The sword which is made fiery.

7. Like fire bright glaring as a fiery appearance.