Examples of incinerate in a Sentence
The waste is incinerated in a large furnace.
Recent Examples of incinerate from the Web
In Atlantic City, women threw — but, contrary to lore, did not incinerate — bras.
It will be incinerated in a fireball that likely no one will see, ensuring that it will never accidentally hit and thereby contaminate any Saturnian moons that might harbor conditions suitable for life.
The flames killed two residents of Journey’s End, incinerated 121 homes and melted the new gas and electric system.
The one-in-a-million chance is the hope that, in its third generation, the Kim dynasty has decided its future depends not on being able to incinerate Seoul and Los Angeles but on being part of the world economy.
Mayhem ensues, there's a racist mobster named Hoffo, and Slaughter succeeds in killing Hoffo by incinerating him in a crashed vehicle.
The companies first began testing the robot in 2014, and there are now about 200 devices incinerating lice at farms throughout Norway and Scotland.
The hiss of incinerating pages sounded like the final gasps of hundreds of dying souls.
Yurovsky and his men then made a botched attempt to incinerate the bodies of Maria and Alexey.
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INCINERATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of incinerate for English Language Learners
: to burn (something) completely
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