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Definition of Incendiary
IncendiaryIncendiary In*cen"di*a*ry (?; 277), n.; pl. Incendiaries.
[L. incendiarius: cf. F. incendiaire. See Incense to
1. Any person who maliciously sets fire to a building or
other valuable or other valuable property.
2. A person who excites or inflames factions, and promotes
quarrels or sedition; an agitator; an exciter.
Several cities . . . drove them out as incendiaries.
--Bentley. IncendiaryIncendiary In*cen"di*a*ry, a. [L. incendiarius, fr. incendium
a fire, conflagration: cf. F. incendiaire. See Incense to
1. Of or pertaining to incendiarism, or the malicious burning
of valuable property; as, incendiary material; as
2. Tending to excite or inflame factions, sedition, or
quarrel; inflammatory; seditious. --Paley.
Incendiary shell, a bombshell. See Carcass, 4.
Meaning of Incendiary from wikipedia
- Incendiary means
"capable of causing
fire". It may also refer
device, a device designed
to cause fires Incendiary
ammunition, a projectile...
munitions, or incendiary bombs
are weapons designed
to start fires
or destroy sensitive equipment
is a 2008 British drama
of a terrorist attack
at a football
match. It is directed
by Sharon Maguire
is an American hardcore
punk band from Long Island, New York. Incendiary began
in 2008 with a 7" EP titled Amongst
The Filth. In 2009, Incendiary...
- Incendiary ammunition
is a type of firearm ammunition containing
that burns rapidly
fires. The first
time incendiary ammunition
- An incendiary balloon
bomb) is a balloon inflated
with a lighter
than air gas such as hot air, hydrogen, or helium, that has a bomb, incendiary...
phosphorus. White phosphorus
is used in smoke, illumination
munitions, and is commonly
the burning element
- and shape. Its first
use in English dates
from the 1590s. Rudimentary incendiary grenades appeared
in the Eastern Roman
(Byzantine) Empire, not long after...
is a novel
by British writer Chris
Cleave. When it was first published
in the summer
of 2005, it garnered international headlines
for the eerie...
- The M69 incendiary bomblet
was used in air raids
on ****an and China during World
War II. They were nicknamed
cards". The M69 was a plain...
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