And Ryan has reportedly trafficked in incendiary, anti-immigrant epithets like “anchor babies.”
This incendiary issue could be defused if UNWRA kept to the historic definition and treated Palestinians like all others.
And he mocked Limbaugh as an “entertainer” whose behavior was “incendiary” and “ugly.”
And social media in general has been blamed for making an incendiary situation in the Middle East even more tense.
With his incendiary speech to the NAACP, Mitt crossed an ugly line.
They called upon the government to forbid the sending of the Liberator and similar "incendiary publications" through the mails.
There were threats of mob violence, and of incendiary proceedings.
The last of these incendiary attempts had occurred shortly before my visit.
Then there is the mystery of how it caught, and whether it was the work of an incendiary or not.
Thats because there is nothing in it, answered Raimundo, who could not restrain his contempt for the incendiary.
c.1400 as a noun, "person who sets malicious fires;" mid-15c. as an adjective, "capable of being used to set fires," from Latin incendiarius "causing a fire," from incendium "conflagration," from incendere "set on fire," figuratively, "incite, rouse, enrage," from in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + *candere "to set alight, cause to glow," related to candere "to shine" (see candle). Figurative sense of "enflaming passions" (adj.) is from 1610s. Military use, of bombs, shells, etc., attested from 1871. The obsolete verb incend is attested from c.1500.