- burning or cause to burn with great temperature and intense light.
- resulting in burning with unexpected and sparkling burning, as because of the action of intense heat; to burn or vaporize all of a sudden.
- To burn with intense light and heat. Especially, to combust subsonically through thermal conduction.
- burn with great temperature and intense light
- cause burning quickly and with great intensity
- To burn with an abrupt and gleaming burning, as niter; additionally, to break and crackle with slight explosions when heated, as salt.
- setting fire to; burn; eat: because, to deflagrate oil or spirit.
- To burn; burst into flame; specifically, burning quickly, with a-sudden development of flame and vapor, as a combination of charcoal and niter tossed into a red-hot crucible.
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