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Word: incendiary

Definition: arsonist; ADJ: causing fire; of arson; Ex. incendiary bomb


Sentences Containing 'incendiary'

"Live!" contains one of the most incendiary and atmospheric versions of "Little Red Rooster" ever recorded along with a number of Borich standards.
40 Roman candles each with 8 incendiary components encased in a 50mm diameter, one metre long casing were fired from the road gantry.
A sterilization Coburn performed on a 20-year-old woman, Angela Plummer, in 1990 became what was called "the most incendiary issue" of his Senate campaign.
Allmusic journalist Bill Dahl considered Watts "one of the most incendiary [...]
Behar also starred in the 2008 film "Incendiary".
Chinese literati and gentry produced a pamphlet attacking Christian beliefs as socially subversive and irrational. Incendiary handbills and fliers distributed to crowds were also produced, and were linked to outbreaks of violence against Christians.
For Cromwell, this attack on Manchester's conduct ultimately became an attack on the Lords, most of whom held the same views as Manchester, and on the Scots, who attempted to bring Cromwell to trial as an "incendiary".
Incendiary weapons carried by the aircraft exploded and started several fires on the ship.
It was not until special Pomeroy incendiary bullets and Buckingham flat-nosed .45 calibre explosive bullets became available on the Western Front in 1917 that any consistent degree of success was achieved.
Le Prieur rockets were withdrawn from service in 1918 once incendiary bullets had become available.
MTV writer James Montgomery explained that ""Cosmic Egg" shouts very loudly, showcasing the added punch of three new musicians [... and taking everything that made Wolfmother's self-titled debut such a smash — namely, gut-busting riffs, incendiary solos and bong-glazed mysticism — and cranking it to the absolute maximum".
Napalm and High Explosive Incendiary (HEI) are prohibited.
On 21 February 1794, Cooke was promoted to commander and given his first independent command, the small fireship . Three months later, "Incendiary" was a signal repeater for the Channel Fleet during the Atlantic campaign of May 1794, relaying Lord Howe's signals to the fleet and operating as a scout in the search for the French fleet under Villaret de Joyeuse.
On the right flank, Ottoman units from the Ottoman 58th Regiment climbed a cliff to attack View post but a sentry shot the leaders; one of whom must have been carrying incendiary bombs as he burst into flames.
Police found the body of Kane with a sawed-off shotgun and 30 rounds of ammunition on him and in his locker, along with improvised incendiary weapons, or molotov cocktails.
The album's themes are dark, as on the preceding "Game Theory", with Questlove referring to this album as "the most incendiary, political album of our career to date."
The following week, the van sabotages were organised: at 3:30 pm, a few young partisans would throw incendiary devices into the vans parked in front of the "Le Soir" buildings.
The Raindogs toured extensively throughout the United States with Warren Zevon, Don Henley, and Bob Dylan and were noted for their incendiary live performances.
There are a number of different types of trick darts: some are explosive, some incendiary, and some release toxic or irritating gas, such as tear gas.
Weapons is defined as the "violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting the manufacture, sale, purchase,transportation, possession, concealment, or use of firearms, cutting instruments, explosives,incendiary devices, or other deadly weapons."

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