Examples of conflagration in a Sentence
The treaty is the latest attempt to resolve the ten-year conflagration.
the historic tavern burned to the ground in a horrible conflagration
Recent Examples of conflagration from the Web
In the days following the 1906 earthquake, the park’s hilltop provided a good vantage point for locals to watch the conflagration below.
Adele, who lives not far from the site of the conflagration that has been blamed on faulty cladding on the outside of the building that reportedly helped spread the flames, has been an active supporter of the victims of the fire.
Questions linger after the conflagration between President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week at the G-7 in Quebec.
Climate change has dramatically increased the odds of conflagrations.
Homelessness has been a sort of conflagration for greater Los Angeles, which also happens to be where the national taxpayer revolt began four decades ago, with Howard Jarvis and Proposition 13.
The championship is on the line Saturday for the Brewcity Bruisers' roller-derby conflagration at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, 400 W. Kilbourn Ave.
The original medieval palace mostly burned down in 1834, a conflagration set by two workers ordered to burn tally sticks — short wooden pegs used to account for taxes owed and paid.
Meanwhile, a new conflagration forced some Lassen County residents to evacuate.
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CONFLAGRATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conflagration for English Language Learners
: a large destructive fire
: a war or conflict
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