Definition of Incinerated

1. Verb. (past of incinerate) ¹



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Definition of Incinerated

1. incinerate [v] - See also: incinerate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incinerated

incidental expense
incidental expenses
incidental learning
incidental music
incidental parasite
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incidentaloma
incidentalome
incidentals
incidently
incidents
incienso
incinerable
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incinerated (current term)
incinerates
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incipiently

Literary usage of Incinerated

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1. Workshop receipts by Robert Haldane (1883)
"If the white of eggs, or the serum of blood, or any animal liquid containing albumen be incinerated, the residue is chiefly carbonate of soda. ..."

2. Earth-burial and Cremation: The History of Earth-burial with Its Attendant by Augustus Gardiner Cobb (1892)
"The Professions Represented by those who have been incinerated.—Bright Prospects for the Future. As the evils incidental to earth-burial will be abolished ..."

3. Adulterations Detected; Or, Plain Instructions for the Discovery of Frauds by Arthur Hill Hassall (1857)
"When fruits or vegetable substances are carefully incinerated without being in any way disturbed, the general form of the fruit, &c., is in most cases ..."

4. Food and Its Adulterations: Comprising the Reports of the Analytical by Arthur Hill Hassall (1855)
"Three ounces of each of the fruits and vegetables were weighed out, placed in crucibles, and incinerated until nearly the whole of the carbon was dissipated ..."

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