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use "combustible" in a sentence

This deployment is combustible and politically and militarily wrong.

TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE: Combustible, gives off irritating or toxic fumes in a fire.

Combustible tubes of nicotine potpourri sprayed with cartoonishly awful carcinogens are not.

A fire whirl is a vortex-shaped formation of burning gases being released from the combustible material.

Mudhead may refer to: *Mudhead, a song by Combustible Edison from their 1996 album


Mobs belonging to Congress (I) carried iron rods, knives, clubs, and combustible material, including kerosene.

“Combustible Edison or the Royal Crown Review would come into town and people would say, ‘They

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The Same Old Story has all of the sense of mystery, discovery, and humor that the pilot had just in a smaller, more combustible space.

Nicolle (2006), p. 206 Use against stone castles Stone castl

es were susceptible to fire, since they contained many combustible materials.

Compounding the problem is that Bakken crude is believed to be more combustible than oil from traditional sources.

She has been flanked by a la

rge security contingent in Rakhine over concerns for her safety in the combustible region.

Washington only imagines it can control such combustible situations.

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