pyromaniac


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py·ro·ma·ni·ac

(pī'rō-mā'nē-ak),
One affected with pyromania; arsonist.

pyromaniac

[pī′rōmā′nē·ak]
1 n, a person having or displaying characteristics of pyromania.
2 adj, pertaining to or exhibiting pyromania. pyromaniacal, adj.
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Pyromaniacs have a severe inferiority complex, and this state of mind seriously impairs their normal functioning in society.
Martin won his appeal against the €2,000 fine imposed on him for the running and riding of Pyromaniac in a 1m6f amateur riders' Flat race at Killarney on July 12 at a hearing held at Leopardstown on Thursday.
At Killarney, Martin was deemed to have used the racecourse as a training ground for Pyromaniac, who finished sixth and was banned from racing for 42 days.
The useful Flat handicapper stuck to his task well on the run in to defeat Pyromaniac by a length and three parts.
In the next episode the team he plays for beats their arch rivals by six goals to one on their opponents ground and thus sets them up as the new favourites to be winners of the top league in the world - with the alleged impromptu pyromaniac proving a hero with two of the goals.
For the only thing that may break the Easter holiday mountain blaze cycle is the day the young pyromaniac finds himself in the line of his own fire.
She's on the run, the prime pyromaniac suspect in her family's house fire.
AWARE that this might read like the Confessions of a Pyromaniac, I'm loath to continue.
However, boy and beast quickly become inseparable and when the arsonist targets Dogpatch again, Rexxx puts his stunt training to good use to unmask the deadly pyromaniac.
A casino in Bridgend would be like giving matches to a pyromaniac.
He is snuggling with Mamimi, who is a pyromaniac, when a motorcycle-driving alien named Haruko smashes him in the head with her guitar.
FEARS are mounting that a pyromaniac may be on the loose - during National Fire Safety Week.