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combustible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcombustiblecom‧bus‧ti‧ble /kəmˈbʌstəbəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 BURNable to burn easilycombustible material/gas etc
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combustibleTogether, they showcase his combustible bop chops and sublime ballad skills, as well as his meteoric rise to prominence.Indeed, no single episode combines as many combustible elements as this one.The heat can penetrate combustible materials, alter their composition and make them ignite at lower temperatures.The defendants stored on their land large quantities of combustible materials which ignited in mysterious circumstances.Others in the plane were smoking, and a combustible situation might arise.Having more combustible straw around only means more fuel for the arsonist.The general rule is that the more combustible your wall is, the greater distance it has to be away from the boundary.combustible material/gas etcAll these complicated arrangements of status and privilege contained plenty of combustible material.The heat can penetrate combustible materials, alter their composition and make them ignite at lower temperatures.It contained a substantial amount of combustible materials, said a fire officer.The defendants stored on their land large quantities of combustible materials which ignited in mysterious circumstances.
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