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blaze1 to burn or shine with or as though with fire. [1/6 definitions]
blister a thin, bubble-like swelling of the outer skin, resulting from a burn or other injury and containing fluid. [1/5 definitions]
branding iron a long-handled metal implement, usu. with a stamp or symbol at the end, that is heated and pressed against a surface, esp. the skin of a cow, to make a burn of a particular shape for identification.
broil1 to subject to high heat; burn. [1/6 definitions]
burnable combined form of burn.
burnt a past tense and past participle of burn. [1/2 definitions]
catch to begin to burn. [1/18 definitions]
catch fire to start to burn.
cautery something, such as a caustic agent or a very hot or very cold instrument, used to burn or sear and thus to destroy unwanted tissue. [1/2 definitions]
char1 to cook or burn so that the surface is blackened; scorch. [2/4 definitions]
cinder a small piece of partially burned wood, coal, or the like that can burn further but without a flame. [1/4 definitions]
combustible able to ignite and burn; flammable. [1/3 definitions]
cremate to burn to ashes (esp. a human corpse in a funeral).
fire to start to burn; become ignited. [1/15 definitions]
fire-resistant difficult to burn.
fireworks (sometimes used with a sing. verb) devices that burn or explode to produce noise, bright light, or a brilliant display of colors. [1/3 definitions]
first-degree burn the level of burn that produces pain, heat, and reddening of the skin but no blistering or charring.
flame to burst into or produce flames; burn. [1/9 definitions]
flare to blaze or burn brightly, esp. suddenly (often fol. by up). [1/8 definitions]
flicker1 to burn or cast light in an unsteady, jerky manner. [1/5 definitions]
gutter to flicker or burn low, as a candle or lamp with a wick. [1/10 definitions]