burn out

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Synonyms for burn out

melt, break, or become otherwise unusable

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It's bigger than Ford and Firestone," one local explained at my first Burn Out.
Most trout live in nutrient-rich water, where they grow so fast they burn out.
money as long as love and money serve all burn outs, fuckups and
In the individual carriers of the furnaces, the contractor shall burn outs and implement measures for the conservation of statics.
Wheel spin: Burn outs and backfiring cars with flags and fans hanging out of the window have roamed the city long after midnight even on nights when there were no matches or past the time when their respective teams had been knocked out of the competition.