The inflammability of Oil evidently proves that it contains the phlogiston.
It is also used in fireworks on account of its inflammability.
Another defect is the volatility and inflammability of carbon bisulphide.
The Lucifer matches depend altogether on phosphorus for their inflammability.
Its inflammability is, of course, a serious obstacle to its general use.
Besides this, petroleum is highly dangerous on account of its inflammability.
From what we have seen of Goethe's inflammability, we are prepared for the naïve remark in which he records his new sensation.
Apparently unknown to Murdock, previous observations had been made as to the inflammability of gas from coal.
We find that it differs in respect to its purity, and also in respect to its inflammability.
Risk depends, of course, largely upon the character and inflammability of the forest cover and the presence of human causes.
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.