Did you maybe mean burning?
- n. Plural form of burning.
“A man may endure to touch the fire with a short touch, and away; but to dwell with everlasting burnings, that is fearful.”
“In fact, these "burnings" are the most extraordinary features in this "enlightened" country.”
“The great "burnings" and the human sacrifices in Babylonia, referred to in the Bible, were, no doubt, connected with agricultural religion of the private order, as was also the ceremony of baking and offering cakes to the Queen of”
“So roughly a decade after the bra burnings and Miss America protests of the late 1960s the view that women should have equal status was not yet widespread among American women, and especially not among those in the pews.”
“He traveled throughout the South to attend cross burnings.”
“This style of warfare appalled Europeans, who did not see savagery in their own military and civil punishments, the brandings and whippings and burnings at the stake over religious disputes.”
“Fact: Repubs tried to call the various Bush and Cheney effigy-burnings "dispicable" and the Left called them right and good and Nancy Pelosi said that those tactics were "her kind of disruption".”
“These burnings are just a way of getting attention.”
“This has continued in times of war, rebellion, economic panic and depression, loyalty scares, riots, draft-card burnings, and similar crises.”
“Cross-burnings, lynchings and rampant racial discrimination are omnipresent.”
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