Fired [adjective]

Definition of Fired:

subjected to fire

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Sentence/Example of Fired:

In a recent mapping project, researchers at Arizona State University and the University of California, Los Angeles found that debris flow risk in areas that experience fires will generally increase as climate change progresses.

The number of days with extreme fire risk conditions across California could increase by more than 50% toward the end of the century under a scenario in which global emissions peak around 2050 and decline thereafter, according to one recent study.

The official death toll for the entire fire is now 35 people, and the high-speed winds that are fueling the fires are expected to continue in the following days.

Choking smoke from hundreds of fires, several of the largest ever to hit the west coast, stretched from Seattle to Mexico.

On the same day, Aguila Saleh, the speaker of an eastern Parliament aligned with the general, also called for a cease-fire.

Ancient human relatives were cooking food over fires in Europe 800,000 years ago.

What Van Leer saw when he walked through Coffey Park a week after the Tubbs Fire changed the way he would model and project fire risk forever.

The Valley Fire southeast of Alpine is San Diego’s closest active fire.

It turns out there were cameras in the room, and I got fired.

If you love forests or rangy grasslands, if you’re the kind of person who wants to be outside, you have to love fire, too, or at least understand that it’s natural and appreciate how it keeps a landscape healthy.