incinerate incinerate  /ɪn ˈsɪ nə ˌreɪt/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) become reduced to ashes
  2. (v) cause to undergo combustion

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Some even proposed bonfires where listeners might incinerate Beatle disks, books and memorabilia.
  2. Some even proposed bonfires where listeners might incinerate Beatle disks, books and memorabilia.
  3. When he refuses, Zuniga carries out the killings and forces Ramirez to dig a large hole and incinerate the bodies.

News

  • Pay per trash bag proposed at Winchester's transfer station

    The town is considering a big change at the transfer station by charging for each bag of trash thrown away. Recycling would be free so that residents would have an incentive to recycle more and throw away less under a pilot plan proposed to the Board of Selectmen on June 3. The town is seeking ways to reduce the amount it pays to incinerate its solid waste.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Winchester Star

Quotes

  1. "Coal is in many ways the biggest part of the problem," Gore said. "We've got more than enough to completely incinerate the planet."
    on Nov 1, 2007 By: Al Gore Source: Seattle Times

  2. "To incinerate six million people would take 15 years, so there's a lot to be explained and to be told," Iranian ambassador Mohammed Taheri told state radio Antena 1 on Wednesday in comments translated into Portuguese.
    on Feb 15, 2006 By: Mohammed Taheri Source: Jerusalem Post

  3. "For the temporary gain of a handful of out-of-the-mainstream judges, some in the Senate (search) are ready to callously incinerate each senator's right of extended debate," Byrd said in remarks on the Senate floor.
    on Mar 1, 2005 By: Robert Byrd Source: FOXNews

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