Examples of incinerate in a Sentence
The waste is incinerated in a large furnace.
Recent Examples of incinerate from the Web
About 13,000 tons of trash from 16,250 Manchester dwellings is incinerated annually.
The city should cap their numbers, control their behavior, or, better yet, incinerate the whole lot.
The Viper arrives, firing another Hellfire and completely incinerating the attack boat.
Cruise ships exhale massive amounts of diesel emissions and incinerate garbage by the metric ton.
Ricci offered to turn on a boiler at his mill so DiSarro’s remains could be incinerated.
Three centuries later, in 2004, a storage warehouse in east London burnt down, incinerating Charles Saatchi’s £50m trove of contemporary art by artists including Damien Hirst, Paula Rego and Chris Ofili.
Trader was also here on June 26, 2011, the day when the Las Conchas Fire erupted and incinerated 43,000 acres of Jemez Mountains pine forest in 11 hours.
Last month, a wheat field near the village was burned to the ground by such a kite, and on Wednesday another incinerated dozens of acres of forest adjacent to Kfar Aza.
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Definition of incinerate for English Language Learners
: to burn (something) completely
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