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- adj. Capable of being ignited; able to burn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See ignitible.
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- adj. capable of burning
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We had that kind of ignitable passion that makes for good love and bad arguing.
But when such materials are ground into a fine dust and suspended in air—as can happen in a factory that drills or polishes them or a silo that stores them—they become more easily ignitable.
With limón, sal and Chapulines as perhaps a little side botana, sounds snappy to me, and maybe a way to down the ignitable fire of Tequila and Mescal.
Fairfax City fire marshals quickly suspected arson due to the smell of ignitable liquid, and Aman, whose clothes had the same odor, admitted he was the only person there when the fire occurred.
The Houston Fire Department says it could take "several months" before they figure out what caused the blaze: An initial search by arson dogs didn't turn up ignitable liquids typically used by would-be fire-starters, but they're not ruling out arson.
The only positive thing about this program is that one can create synthetic ignitable fuels using electricity, no energy is extracted out of the CO2 (impossible anyway).
It's the mix of normalcy and surrealism, the juxtaposition of paperwork and info-seeking beetles, the horror of a manager made completely of ignitable paper, the way isolation creeps in just as hauntingly as it would in any situation.
On other occasions I have witnessed Jamaican men sitting in a smoke filled rum shop splitting a match into four ignitable pieces, so they would be able to light three more splifs.
The ILRC consists of a comprehensive set of ignitable liquids and accompanying characterization data used in the analysis of fire debris samples in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E-1618 standard test methods.
The advantages of de-orbiting in this way are clear, but the extra fuel requirements and complexity of re-ignitable engines add cost to what is already a very expensive endeavour.