- v. Simple past tense and past participle of incinerate.
“Truth is Obama is an untested, inexperienced, unqualified, overestimated fraud who is on the verge of leading this country to a military defeat in Afghanistan, and getting us all "incinerated" by a nuclear-armed, angry, apocalyptic Iran.”
“Or will Republican Senators continue to mock the memory of 3,000 Americans "incinerated" per Henry Hyde on September 11?”
“I wonder what those 3,000 "incinerated" victims of September 11 who Henry Hyde likes using for political gain would say about politicians who coddle terrorists who murder US soldiers.”
“He lost custody of his daughter to his ex-wife, joined Heroes for Hire, and was sadly 'incinerated' in a fight.”
“However, I dont believe it will have much compunction about seeing vast swathes of its people, 'incinerated', if by such action, it will result in the destruction Israel.”
“However, I dont believe it will have much compunction about seeing vast swathes of its people, 'incinerated', if by such action, it will result in the destruction Israel. ”
“But the battlefield where the war between preservation and commerce now rages most ferociously is the Wilderness, in Orange County, Virginia, where in May of 1864, the two armies took 28,000 casualties, some of them wounded men who were incinerated in a forest fire.”
“He said the drugs – wrapped in different colors and labeled with apparently coded phrases and pictures that included Homer Simpson – would be incinerated immediately after the weighing and counting is completed.”
“But what about those poor souls who flood Los Angeles on a daily basis, seeking the riches associated with fame and glory; the corpses of moths littering the bright, white spotlight, all the dazzled individuals incinerated by the projection of their own incandescent vanity?”
“Thousands of wildfires across the Lone Star State have incinerated millions of acres.”
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Objects that are black, shades of lack, or something with blackness within.
After the school bully breaks your new yo-yo, you can use these words to describe it. All hail the carnage!
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