Noun(1) an uncontrollable desire to set fire to things
(1) This had two distinct advantages: pyromania and eight nights' worth of presents to unwrap.(2) ‘I was a math/chemistry/physics nut as a kid - chemistry kits, pyromania , the whole bit,’ said Dwyer.(3) We could be identical twins and people would be mistaking me as the perpetrator of your pyromania .(4) This act of monetary pyromania was performed for the benefit of Richard Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign.(5) Maybe the burning channeled a pyromania that exists in everyone but is usually dormant.(6) The main way the IP speaks out to the community at large in Winnipeg is through arson and pyromania .(7) It seemed startlingly appropriate, as I had developed pyromania by then as an outlet.(8) She wouldn't let herself fuel any pyromania that Voice was developing.(9) The pyromaniacal Lord Watson is back on the streets.(10) Long into the night this chicken burned, spitting sparks and smoke, a beacon for pyromaniacs and madmen everywhere.(11) Following this, pyromaniacs and criminals in Detroit saw it fit to start multiple fires yearly on October 30.(12) David began to back up, torn against leaving Jack alone with a pyromanic arsonist.(13) Every week, a different country showcases its pyromaniacal pride.(14) Is there any reagent more pyromaniacal than dimethyl zinc?(15) The national press has been pushing stories about arsonist and pyromaniacs and the need to instil harsher penalties.(16) The pyromaniacs were at play, led by the Stratton brothers, stoking the fire with gasoline and kindling.
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