I could make you a kite as big as a house or a fire-balloon.
The work was nearly finished when Roziers went up in his fire-balloon from La Muette.
You are a fire-balloon: you are going to burn yourself up with what you carry.
On another occasion, some experimental gentlemen of science, brought a fire-balloon near the pasturage one night after dark.
The first public ascent of a fire-balloon in France, in 1783, led to an experiment on the part of Joseph Mongolfier.
But I made a fire-balloon out of it afterwards, and we were all pretty glad that we had it aboard.
This was formed by a singular combination of balloons—one inflated with hydrogen gas, and the other a fire-balloon.
You had really better keep yourself dry, said the fire-balloon.
Good-bye, cried the fire-balloon as he soared away, dropping tiny blue sparks.