- incense cedar,
- incense tree,
Origin of incendiarism
Examples from the Web for incendiarism
Incendiarism raged to a great extent; no sooner was one fire extinguished, than another was discovered in an opposite quarter.
Incendiarism was rampant and the greatest excitement filled the public mind.
Mining and incendiarism proved far greater dangers than shot and shell.
Towards the end of the year wheat rose to a quarter, and incendiarism was common all over England.The Revolution in Tanner's Lane|Mark Rutherford
They were three to one, armed, and desperate, and they counted him a likely witness to their incendiarism.Unexplored!|Allen Chaffee