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1. Capable of igniting and burning.
2. Easily aroused or excited.
A substance that ignites and burns readily.

com·bus′ti·bil′i·ty n.
com·bus′ti·bly adv.
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Noun1.combustibility - the quality of being capable of igniting and burning
flammability, inflammability - the quality of being easily ignited and burning rapidly
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
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Owing to the high combustibility of both the flax and the tar to which it adhered, the dwarf had scarcely made an end of his brief speech before the work of vengeance was complete.
None of Cardiff council's tower blocks had aluminium composite materials (ACM) - the material used on Grenfell - but the tests found the cladding would fail today's combustibility standards.
With marine fuels facing stricter emissions regulations in 2020, the fuel demand for VLSFOs is expected to be met through fuel blends, creating uncertainty around fuel stability, compatibility and combustibility within the market.
The combustibility of the situation increased when not only did the Conservatives and Liberals both contest the seat, but the Liberals chose as their candidate William Lynden Moore, who ran on the slogan of "reunited Liberalism", implying opposition to the coalition too.
Domestic politics in Moscow also add to the combustibility of the situation.
Table 1 can be used to assess the general risk level (combustibility index), which utilizes the MIE and Kst information gathered.
But no amount of industry promotion, engineering and technical support, or environmental spin will relieve CLT of the combustibility traits inherent in 2 x 4s or any established wood product.
The inquiry heard today it took more than an hour for the full evacuation order to be made with residents initially told to 'stay put' - doomed advice that did not take into account the combustibility of cladding which had been installed in 2016.
In response to the Tamweel Tower fire back in 2012, there was a revision of legislation in Dubai regarding the combustibility of cladding and provision of fire stops in voids, two major sources of fire spreading.
The test examines the filler - the core of the panel - to check if it is of limited combustibility (category 1) or not (category 2 or 3).
The nine which failed cladding combustibility tests are: | Mixenden Court; Mixenden.