verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for napalm
Napalm is the infamous, goo-like substance that burns quickly when lit on fire and adheres easily to skin.
But one artist in Miami has gone even further, creating pieces made from napalm and a rare aphrodisiac soda, Nexcite.
Like napalm or the wrath of God, but for your digestive system.Diet Like Jesus: What the Bible Says About How to Eat|Candida Moss|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Authorities also found the paintbrushes Holmes allegedly used to make the napalm.
Two Pyrrans were rolling out drums of napalm with reckless disregard for their own safety.
Burning wax was hotter than melted lead, and it stuck to anything it touched, worse than napalm.Four-Day Planet|Henry Beam Piper
The napalm caught, tongues of flame and roiling, greasy smoke climbed up to the sky.
The napalm drums were unloaded without his help and the truck vanished for more.
Clenching the gun in his teeth, the Pyrran clutched a barrel of napalm with his good hand and hurled it over on its side.
British Dictionary definitions for napalm
Word Origin for napalm
Word Origin and History for napalm
1942, from na(phthenic) palm(itic) acids, used in manufacture of the chemical that thickens gasoline. The verb is 1950, from the noun. Related: Napalmed; napalming.