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Synonyms for flammable

Synonyms for flammable

easily ignited


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Since 1984, the city's special regulations on trucks picking up and delivering flammable and combustible liquids have been the subject of legal challenge.
There is visible evidence of leakage and spillage of waste oils and other flammable materials on the ground.
The fluids too are flammable and under considerably more pressure than fuels.
Do not hang or place flammable decorations around the
Chemists have been studying hydrogen, a flammable, colorless, odorless, gaseous chemical element, considered the lightest known substance, for centuries and the government has been using it for decades.
The burning of the solid flammable generates nitrogen gas.
Trash also produces large quantities of hydrogen sulfide, which is also flammable, but which nobody wants to recover because it reeks of rotten eggs.
In an effort to reduce deaths and fires resulting from flammable vapors ignited by gas water heater pilot lights, the U.
Remove flammable vegetation and other combustible growth within 30 feet of any structures.
It can be filled with a variety of cleaning solutions, eliminating the need for hazardous and flammable cleaning solvents.
Prepare a defensible space by clearing flammable vegetation and other combustible materials for at least 100 feet around your home.
During the eight-day trial, Taylor testified that West beat her, then poured flammable fingernail-polish remover on her and set her ablaze the evening of July 9, 2001, as they fought over her demand for child support.
Each year, more than 2,000 fires, 320 injuries and an estimated $26 million in property damage are caused when gas-fired water heaters ignite flammable vapors, as stated by the U.
Shut off gas and possible flame sources and remove flammable liquids from critical areas to prevent fire
For example, hardwood trees are less flammable than pine, evergreen, eucalyptus, or fir trees.