Examples of incinerate in a Sentence
The waste is incinerated in a large furnace.
Recent Examples of incinerate from the Web
Each year over 80 billion pieces of clothing are produced worldwide, and after a short consumer lifespan, three out of four garments will end up in landfills or be incinerated.
The October blazes killed 45 people in Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino and Yuba counties and incinerated 8,889 homes, commercial structures and outbuildings.
After roaring to life in December 2017, the Thomas Fire incinerated nearly 282,000 acres in southern California and destroyed thousands of structures.
And the scorching afternoon sun threatened to incinerate everything.
The first half of the Charlotte Hornets’ season has incinerated their playoff chances, right?
The shuttle and its precious human cargo were gone, incinerated in a fireball, debris raining into the Atlantic.
Between them the middle mattress, located beside a glass window, was completely incinerated, the window having been popped out by the gas cloud.
Nuclear weapons quickly incinerate their targets with heat and blast, irradiating everything around it with lethal levels of radiation.
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Origin and Etymology of incinerate
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