from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act or practice of burning property; arson.
- n. Inflammatory or provocative action; instigation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or practice of maliciously setting fires; arson.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or practice of an incendiary; malicious burning.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. malicious burning to destroy property
All persons who, during the past year, had fallen into gross sins, such as incendiarism, theft, adultery, witchcraft, and so forth, were expected to contribute 28 ngugas, or a little over £2.
All persons who, during the past year, had fallen into gross sins, such as incendiarism, theft, adultery, witchcraft, and so forth, were expected to contribute 28 _ngugas, _ or a little over £2.
This red banner, by the way, symbolizes the brotherhood of man, and does not symbolize the incendiarism that instantly connects itself with the red banner in the affrighted bourgeois mind.
The time of philosophizing congresses was over; instead of the old portraits, a light patch shone from Ivanov's wallpaper; philosophical incendiarism had given place to a period of wholesome sterility.
"I did not even know it hatred from "the long-dead days of the religious wars" existed, did not realize at all how persistent such a hatred could be when there was nothing to excite it" except "the Klan's brilliant incendiarism."
It all happened just after a celebrated case of incendiarism; the preliminary investigation lasted two days; we were exhausted.
TAYLOR: We know that they were an act of incendiarism, that they were deliberately set.
This old woman and her son were accused of incendiarism.
She was to be tried for stealing and incendiarism.
The old woman accused of incendiarism was standing in front of the image, crossing herself and bowing, and repeating the same words over and over again.