He says that thunder may be imitated by folding some of the powder in a cover and tying it up tightly: incombustible men.
I think I may say I am old and incombustible enough to be trusted.
This is the incombustible wood put down by Paganel in his list of Australian products.
Carbon dioxide is incombustible, since it is, like water, a product of combustion.
One reason that peat is, in general, inferior to wood in heating effect, lies in its greater content of incombustible ash.
It is a transparent gas, which is incombustible and extinguishes flame.
But it can also be made hard as flint and incombustible, by forcing in a preparation of water-glass or soluble flint.
The fuse wire is usually enclosed in an incombustible holder.
Therefore it is called Asbeston, which is as much to say as incombustible.
It was burned in incombustible flax, with the orange-tree on which it used to perch.