from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not consuming away by fire.
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At the red light, Bullet turned toward Bubbles with the lit end of the cigar inside his mouth; his teeth were clenched tightly on the unburning end.
In the center of the unburning flames, Angie opened her hands and called the water to her.
The 62-year-old Manzi was a member of UDF since 1983 until the unburning of the ANC and other political parties.
"Jefri!" screamed Johanna, and pointed toward the middle of the unburning section.
Only when there was nothing left unburning within his grasp, however, did Conan leap from the fiery craft.
Not the paltry motes of the normal night sky, but monstrous and monstrously strange balls of naming yet unburning substance, of gas more dense than rock, and tides without water.
The wind pushed the flames in one direction, and a woman ran to the unburning side of the man to briefly hold his hand before the spreading fire engulfed it.