noun (-, sg=Greek fire)
- (historical) A flammable substance first used by the Greeks of w:Constantinople, Constantinople to set fire to enemy ships, buildings etc.
- 1819, Sir Walter Scott, Ivanhoe:
- :"There is yet spirit in him," said Malvoisin apart to Mont"Fitchet, "were it well directed " but, like the , it burns whatever approaches it."
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