Noun(1) a very intense and uncontrolled fire
(1) The kitchen shop on the high street went up in flames and so great was the conflagration that the entire building collapsed.(2) I may not have mentioned my pyromaniac tendencies before, but one thing leads to another and so soon we had built not so much a bonfire as a conflagration .(3) But, filled with misplaced bravado, I decided this was the right time for a proper conflagration .(4) That spot caught fire and the conflagration that resulted caused major damage to the building.(5) I trust this was done, as I myself observed the licking flames of the conflagration .(6) tinder-dry conditions sparked fears of a conflagration in many drought-devastated communities(7) In the divine realm, fire symbolizes the universal conflagration of the apocalypse which will destroy men's sinful bodies.(8) While the fire is still burning, fire crews attending the scene have brought the conflagration under control.(9) They feared that a conflagration would quickly follow, devouring cities and killing millions.(10) That fire can become a huge conflagration , or it can be quickly put out.(11) He discusses the replacement of gentle landscape fires ignited by Aboriginal clans during tropical Australia's cool months with more intense and destructive summer conflagrations .(12) Fire - in coronas, pillars or volcanic conflagrations - appears often, adding to the feeling of nature about to run amok.(13) We could riddle our last ancient forests with logging roads and clearcuts, setting the stage for tomorrow's conflagrations , or we can restore natural fires to natural forests.(14) But the scale of the conflagrations over the past few years can only lead us to conclude that they are the consequence of environmental recklessness and bad management.(15) Outstanding Italian humanists of that epoch visited Byzantium in order to learn Greek and to buy old manuscripts, saved from pillages, conflagrations , and devastation of the invaded country.(16) Fire suppression builds up an unnatural accumulation of fuel that creates conflagrations far more implacable and catastrophic than nature's fire.
1. fire ::
2. blaze ::
4. inferno ::
5. firestorm ::
Different Formsconflagration, conflagrations
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