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fiery

1. (of the skin or a sore) inflamed
2. flammable or containing flammable gas
3. (of a cricket pitch) making the ball bounce dangerously high
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The dish was partnergenerous condiments - a soothing serving of desnut, made runny with a litard and pepped up with pepper and vanilla pods, and a fierier and slightly thicker red pepper sauce to kick the heat up a notch if needed.
"Stuart is fierier and likes to take the game to his opponent, whereas I am more reserved and composed, which helps me play at my best.
Another day might see the squid wok-fired and sauced in soy, cilantro and Sriracha, an even fierier incarnation.
At this point in the narrative, Aschenbach forsakes the last pretences to the Apollonian intellect which had heretofore ordered his life; he abandons the Zucht (discipline) and Haltung (composure) which have structured his existence, and gives himself over to his darker, fierier urges.
Unfortunately, as I was soon to learn, her version of docile was to amble along the path slowly, some way behind my friend on his fierier beast, before panicking that she was being left behind and breaking into a trot that threatened occasionally to turn into a gallop.