Examples of incinerate in a Sentence
The waste is incinerated in a large furnace.
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Nuclear weapons quickly incinerate their targets with heat and blast, irradiating everything around it with lethal levels of radiation.
The fire started less than two months after a series of wildfires roared through Northern California's wine country, killing more than 40 people and incinerating thousands of homes.
Several homes have been incinerated while others remain untouched in San Diego County.
That community was devastated during the flooding when an electrical line sparked a fire, incinerating more than 135 homes and leaving behind an apocalyptic-looking landscape.
Hours later, the Tubbs Fire roared through, incinerating his home and many others on Linda Lane.
This past summer, bracken ferns, grass and wildflowers emerged in charred soils beneath tree skeletons. Exposed slopes where dry chemise and manzanita were incinerated remain largely barren.
Due to a lack of interest, Fields said the birds were incinerated.
Circa is at 1100 S. 1st St. The fires in California, which have been burning for a week, have killed at least 40 people and incinerated more than 200,000 acres.
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