Words to describe a phoenix

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Phoenix by Jennifer Mason-Black

At sixteen, Tucker has nothing but the clothes on his back, the bruises on his ribs, and the truth about what happened between him and the band teacher. He left home looking to escape his memories, but all hes found on the road are new bad ones to take their place.


Then he meets Gabriel, a beautiful hustler, and Kelsey, a fire-obsessed girl with a head full of fairy tales. After Gabriel rescues him from a pair of drunks looking for a fight, Tuckers happy to join him in the abandoned factory he calls home. All he must do in return is help keep Kelsey safe.


But Kelseys not what Tucker thinks she is, and safety isnt what she needs from him. To help her, hell have to face the secret he’s been running from, and the flames she’s running to find.
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This reverse dictionary allows you to search for words by their definition. Check out RelatedWords. Click words for definitions. As you've probably noticed, words for " term " are listed above. Hopefully the generated list of words for " term " above suit your needs. If not, you might want to check out Related Words - another project of mine which uses a different technique not though that it works best with single words, not phrases. The way Reverse Dictionary works is pretty simple.

Associated with the Sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. According to some sources, the phoenix dies in a show of flames and combustion, although there are other sources that claim that the legendary bird dies and simply decomposes before being born again. In ancient Greece and Rome, the phoenix was associated with Phoenicia , modern Lebanon , a civilization famous for its production of purple dye from conch shells. In the historical record, the phoenix "could symbolize renewal in general as well as the sun, time, the Empire , metempsychosis , consecration , resurrection , life in the heavenly Paradise , Christ , Mary , virginity , the exceptional man, and certain aspects of Christian life". In ancient Greece and Rome, the phoenix was sometimes associated with the similar-sounding Phoenicia modern Lebanon , a civilization famous for its production of purple dye from conch shells. A late antique etymology offered by the 6th- and 7th-century CE archbishop Isidore of Seville accordingly derives the name of the phoenix from its allegedly purple-red hue.

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For the legends of the Phoenix click on these pages; Theoi Project and Wikipedia. Also the entry for the Phoenix in The Aberdeen Bestiary. The Phoenix is often referred to as the firebird , and is the constructor of a funeral pyre :. It came from Arabia; i. As well as ' phoenix ' the word denoted ' Phoenician ' and the word ' purple '. The Phoenicians traveled to the edges of the known world at the time and introduced their alphabet, based on symbols for sounds - phonetics - rather than cuneiform or hieroglyphic representations, to the Greeks and other early peoples.

Three on-the-record stories from a family: a mother and her daughters who came from Phoenix. He came to Phoenix once and we went up to see him, and they got so crazy that I ended up trying to hitchhike home. But you know, I had only one other hero in my life acting and that was River [ Phoenix ]. When a client needs to move something by air, Phoenix gets it done. Now that they had the isolation chamber, it was up to Phoenix to find a plane to carry it.

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