The ambassador is no John Brown; he speaks softly and politely, more professor than firebrand.
The Texas firebrand made a name for himself by going after more moderate Republicans.
The firebrand union president, Karen Lewis, may run against Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
In it, the firebrand Republican senator from Texas is depicted as a kid-friendly “passionate fighter for limited government.”
Ron Paul, the firebrand libertarian with an army of young supporters, has effectively skipped the Florida contest.
"Let us cast this firebrand of discord far from us," they exclaimed.
Then the frog coughed, and out of his mouth came the firebrand.
However, they have since come to understand the firebrand General and to like him.
Meg dropped a firebrand steeped in spirit upon some loose flax.
Now her luck changed: she suffered all a woman could; handled poison and the firebrand. '
Isa. 7:4, Amos 4:11, Zech. 3:2, denotes the burnt end of a stick (Heb. 'ud); in Judg. 15:4, a lamp or torch, a flambeau (Heb. lappid); in Prov. 26:18 (comp. Eph. 6:16), burning darts or arrows (Heb. zikkim).