"Now let me burn out for God," wrote Henry Martyn, and he did it.
There is no oxygen to combine with the filament; so the lamp does not burn out.
As they were not attached to other buildings these fires were allowed to burn out.
The fire fell from heaven, but could not burn out the accursed plague.
But instead, the feelings caught on fire and had to burn out.
Yes, I will spare him; another word from you, and I will burn out his eyes!
If she should not give up her son—his love must burn out in bitterness.
"De fire take his time to burn out; so we's take our time too," said he.
We don't want to burn out every appliance in the place, do we?
The blaze on the opposite side of the river was left to burn out.