incendiary

[ in-sen-dee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF incendiary

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But the incendiary had taken care to do his work so well that it was already impossible.

That is why, to save my life, I had to be an incendiary at times, and at others a footpad.

Stanley, wheeling like a flash, gave chase to the incendiary.

Obscurantism is better than the light of incendiary torches.

Certainly you are an incendiary: you have set fire to the peace of faithful souls.

The incendiary wagons were filled with the firebrands stamped 1912.

On the night of May 24 the city became a scene of incendiary rage.

The range was obtained by the aviators, and then incendiary bombs were fired.

Such an incendiary harangue was new to the serfs of that region.

If he had alluded to him as an incendiary bomb, there would have been more sense in his simile.

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