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incombustible (adj.)

"incapable of being burned or consumed by fire," late 15c., from Old French incombustible (14c.) or directly from Medieval Latin incombustibilis; see in- (1) + combustible. As a noun from 1807. Related: Combustibility.

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Definitions of incombustible

incombustible (adj.)
not capable of igniting and burning;
Synonyms: noncombustible
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