Definitions for incendiary
ɪnˈsɛn diˌɛr iin·cen·di·a·ry
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word incendiary.
arsonist, incendiary, firebugnoun
a criminal who illegally sets fire to property
incendiary bomb, incendiary, firebombadjective
a bomb that is designed to start fires; is most effective against flammable targets (such as fuel)
involving deliberate burning of property
"an incendiary fire"
incendiary, incitive, inflammatory, instigative, rabble-rousing, seditiousadjective
arousing to action or rebellion
capable of catching fire spontaneously or causing fires or burning readily
"an incendiary agent"; "incendiary bombs"
Something capable of causing fire, particularly a weapon.
The military used incendiaries to destroy the building, fortunately the fire didn't spread.
Capable of causing fire.
Intentionally stirring up strife, riot, rebellion
Inflammatory, emotionally charged.
Politics is an incendiary topic; it tends to cause fights to break out.
Etymology: From incendiarius, from incendium, from incendo
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: incendiarius, from incendo, Latin; incendiaire, French.
Nor could any order be obtained impartially to examine impudent incendiaries. Charles I .
Incendiaries of figure and distinction, who are the inventers and publishers of gross falshoods, cannot be regarded but with the utmost detestation. Addison.
Several cities of Greece drove them out as incendiaries, and pests of commonweals. Richard Bentley, Sermons.
any person who maliciously sets fire to a building or other valuable or other valuable property
a person who excites or inflames factions, and promotes quarrels or sedition; an agitator; an exciter
of or pertaining to incendiarism, or the malicious burning of valuable property; as, incendiary material; as incendiary crime
tending to excite or inflame factions, sedition, or quarrel; inflammatory; seditious
Etymology: [L. incendiarius: cf. F. incendiaire. See Incense to inflame.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in-sen′di-ar-i, n. one that sets fire to a building, &c., maliciously: one who promotes quarrels:—pl. Incen′diaries.—adj. wilfully setting fire to: relating to incendiarism: tending to excite quarrels.—n. Incen′diarism.—adj. Incend′ious (obs.), promoting faction. [L. incendiarius—incendium—incendĕre, incensum, to kindle.]
The numerical value of incendiary in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of incendiary in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
President Donald Trump look at the incendiary remarks that This President has made, they centered an entire convention around creating more animosity and creating more division around what is going on in Kenosha.
It wasn’t only a lie but a particular lie on the part of Hillary, given her history, she ought to be a little bit careful about talking about incendiary American videos that are radicalizing jihadists.
I really deplore the tone of his campaign, the inflammatory rhetoric that he is using to divide people, and his going after groups of people with hateful, incendiary rhetoric, it's not the first time he's demonstrated a penchant for sexism.
I heard what the President said today about dominating and fighting. I know I should be surprised when I hear incendiary words like this from him, but I'm not, at so many times during these past several weeks when the country needed compassion and leadership the most, it was simply nowhere to be found.
We are not in a (military) operation. The activity we are engaged in now sends a message that Israel will not tolerate rockets, explosive devices, mortar bombs or (incendiary) kites, the action we are taking draws a clear red line: that from now on, we will not allow this.
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- incendiariCatalan, Valencian
- ohnivý, buřičský, žhářský, zápalnýCzech
- tulenarka, sytyke, palopommi, lietsovaFinnish
- loisgeachScottish Gaelic
- wichrzycielski, bomba, zapalający, zapalająca, prowokacyjnyPolish
- incendiário, inflamado, acaloradoPortuguese
- разжигающий, зажигательный, подстрекающийRussian
- آتِش گیرUrdu
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