arsonous

arsonous

(ˈɑːsənəs)
adj
relating to arson
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Low level exposure to monomethyl arsonous acid-induced the over-production of inflammation-related cytokines and the activation of cell signals associated with tumor progression in a urothelial cell model.
Ask yourself: How many Sox fans do you know (aside from college students with arsonous intent) who managed to stay up for the ninth inning of all four series games?
Perhaps the owners kept the woodwork intact or considered turning the place into a tourists' gambling house just to conceal their arsonous intent.
After contact with the human body, Lewisite is rapidly converted to the 2-chlorovinyl arsonous form, which produces severe irritation of the skin, eyes, and lungs (30).
Thousands of residents from the metro area joined forces with city residents to patrol the streets, making the arsonous eve a thing of the past.