- inflammatory bowel disease,
- inflammatory carcinoma,
- inflammatory lymph
Origin of inflammable
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The remainder was inflammable, and burned with a blue flame.
Some philosophers attribute shooting stars to the encounter of the electric fluid with inflammable molecules in the atmosphere.A World of Wonders|Various
Sulphureous and inflammable vapours arising from the earth, are easily kindled by lightning.
Also, the same weight of iron does not yield half the quantity of nitrous air that it does of inflammable.
“The CO2 bottles were filled with an inflammable or an explosive gas,” said her father, unbending.Space Platform|Murray Leinster
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.