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Definition of Combustibly
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Combustibly
Literary usage of Combustibly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Fire Prevention by Edward Franklin Croker (1912)
"... very portions of a city where their presence is most dangerous, the more combustibly constructed and more congested portions, but adds to the danger. ..."
2. A Thousand Notable Things on Various Subjects: Disclosed from the Secrets of by Thomas Lupton, Edward Somerset Worcester, George Edwards (1815)
"It is proved by experience, that to use combustibly in the dinner, and immediately before supper, harf an ounce of the Flower of Cassia, newly drawn, ..."
3. Potluck: Stories That Taste Like Hawaii by Catherine Bridges Tarleton (2001)
"He was one of those combustibly creative chefs, quite literally some days when the lid blew off some new concoction and everyone had to scramble out of the ..."