Examples of incinerate in a Sentence
The waste is incinerated in a large furnace.
Recent Examples of incinerate from the Web
As Kerry Staight reports for ABC News, biodiversity officials in Australia incinerated the flowers in March because documents accompanying the materials did not comply with import regulations.
Next, picture this rogue South Korean dictatorship serially threatening to incinerate its neighbor, North Korea — and imagine that North Korea was ruled not by the Kim dynasty but by a benign government without nuclear weapons.
If parts go unsold, they can be carelessly incinerated.
Islami was charged in June 2014 with arson and a host of other felonies linked to the June 2013 fire that incinerated his and his former wife's Monastery Hill Drive home in Lac La Belle.
By the time authorities made it to park, the car was completely incinerated.
Most people need to get their heart rate above 120 to really incinerate calories, Tom Holland, exercise physiologist and certified sports nutritionist, tells Health.
What sort of humans could behead, incinerate, drown, torture, and blow up innocent civilians, mock and record such horror, and then narrate their macabre videos for a world audience?
The Shepherds’ incinerated vehicles still sit in the roadway where they were abandoned.
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