Are there not soldiers still to the fore too inflammable to be trusted near an ammunition wagon?
Somewhere it would finally reach wood; that was inflammable.
The laugh which followed this found Burns at her side, every passion in his inflammable nature alight.
The remainder was inflammable, and burned with a blue flame.
But I did not suspect upon how inflammable a mine I was standing.
Like oxygen, it supports the combustion of some inflammable substances.
A gas engine is a heat engine in which the working fluid is atmospheric air and the fuel an inflammable gas.
The match had fallen on some inflammable drapery and set the place afire.
A large canoe was filled with pitch and with pine-knots,—the most inflammable materials an Oregon forest could furnish.
She was wakened by a lamp, and her darkness was all inflammable to it.
early 15c., in medicine, "liable to inflammation," from Middle French inflammable and directly from Medieval Latin inflammabilis, from Latin inflammare (see inflame). As "able to be set alight," c.1600. Related: Inflammability.