[ kuh m-buhs-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF combustibles
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Fortunately, the combustibles in the barrel went out after being ignited.

The combustibles were brought from the ketch, and piled about the frigate, and lighted.

So at last they brought some combustibles and blew it all up.

Combustibles were then passed from the ketch, and the Philadelphia was set on fire.

A vessel filled with combustibles, but rather for explosion than as a fire-ship.

There are combustibles in every state, to which a spark might set fire.

A number of planks loaded with combustibles was soon set afloat.

Seven vessels were filled with combustibles and primed with powder.

The boats of the fleet were armed and supplied with combustibles.

The centre boat forming the bridge was filled with combustibles.