incombustible

[ in-kuh m-buhs-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF incombustible

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Carbon dioxide is incombustible, since it is, like water, a product of combustion.

It is a transparent gas, which is incombustible and extinguishes flame.

I think I may say I am old and incombustible enough to be trusted.

The fuse wire is usually enclosed in an incombustible holder.

It was burned in incombustible flax, with the orange-tree on which it used to perch.

Therefore it is called Asbeston, which is as much to say as incombustible.

Suppose I take some of this incombustible paper or cloth, and present to you.

Sansculottism will burn much; but what is incombustible it will not burn.

About 460 the king sent as a present to the Chinese Court an incombustible robe once worn by the Buddha.

It is incombustible, and anciently was wrought into a soft, flexible cloth, which was used as a shroud for dead bodies.

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