from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To cause to burn to ashes.
- intransitive v. To burn completely.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To destroy by burning
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Reduced to ashes by burning; thoroughly consumed by fire.
- transitive v. To burn to ashes; to consume by fire; to burn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To burn to ashes.
- Burnt to ashes.
- To be reduced to ashes by the burning off of organic matter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. become reduced to ashes
- v. cause to undergo combustion
Till the Chair gave out "incinerate," and Brown said he'd be durned
Neil Craigen, 32, rigged a gas pipe and an electrical plug in a bid to "incinerate" two men because they had been rude to him.
"incinerate" the inventory of junk left over from all those URANIUM FISSION DINOSAURS!
Privately, they concede it's ludicrous that God would incinerate those who seek divine truth according to whatever light is available to them; they leave plenty of room for Gandhi and the good Samaritan and the humble tax collector and the strong-willed Roman centurion to achieve "eternal life," whether or not they knew to "confess Jesus of Nazareth as sole lord and savior."
In a seemingly unprovoked attack, the protoss incinerate the terran planet Chau Sara, drawing the ire of the Confederacy.
These facilities gather and incinerate solid waste from wastewater-treatment plants all over the city.
The take-back program, Ausiello said, gave federal authorities a chance to collect and then incinerate the drugs.
We will not fall, but rise in blaze of loss and call, and fly into our births and cry inferno, aye, incinerate your lie. posted by Hal Duncan | 12: 49 AM
Once they are all here then we can get Dick "DARTH VADER" Cheney from some undisclosed location around Washington, DC to push the little red button and incinerate this country.
But the ominous warnings that you must obliterate, incinerate, and forget any email not intended for you don't actually mean anything, according to legal experts.
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