inflammatory

[ in-flam-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF inflammatory

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They call them seditious and inflammatory, which was far from being their character.

The New York Herald was full of wild and inflammatory words.

"The resolutions are inflammatory," objected the speaker, Mr. Robinson.

The matter in those other libels may be of a more aggravated or inflammatory character than in that set out in the first count.

Almost every article produced the most inflammatory disputes.

The inflammatory attacks are to be treated on general principles.

The inflammatory and other changes rarely affect the gullet.

What was the nature of that editorial in the Globe—was it inflammatory?

I agree with you that the inflammatory articles in the papers do us much harm.

Its diseases are those which arise from inflammatory action in the tissues.

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