Definitions for Spitfireˈspɪtˌfaɪər
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a highly emotional and quick-tempered person (especially a girl or woman)
A person with a fiery temper, someone easily provoked to anger.
A spirited young woman.
A single-seat fighter used by the RAF and allies during World War II, especially during the Battle of Britain.
a violent, irascible, or passionate person
Spitfire is a metalcore band from Virginia Beach, Virginia. They first formed in the late 1990s and are currently signed to Goodfellow Records.
The numerical value of Spitfire in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Spitfire in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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I'm incredible to be in a Spitfire again after so long, i'm so lucky to be given a chance to fly in it again.
The spitfire is in a way the most iconic symbol of the Battle of Britain and the Battle of Britain was really one of the most pivotal turning points in modern history.
(She) was one of the most vibrant, crazy, compassionate, loyal balls of energy you could ever come across in life, a conversation with her could either leave you full of adrenaline or utterly exhausted. She was a spitfire and with Sami you never knew what she'd throw your way - but you always knew she would be there for you. She was awesome like that.
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