non-inflammable

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non-inflammable

[ˈnɒnɪnˈflæməbl] ADJininflamable
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non-inflammable

(noninˈflӕməbl) adjective
not able to burn or be set alight. non-inflammable material; Asbestos is non-inflammable.
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Biodiesel, derived from vegetable oils or animal fats, is recommended for use as a substitute for petroleum-based diesel because it is biodegradable, non-inflammable, non-toxic and has a favorable combustion--emission profile (Agarwal & Das, 2001).
The Flameboyant Chef was on hand, though Mark Atlas, who has traveled the world torching himself like a human flambe while he cooks, remained non-inflammable for the night ("Too many people around," explained an aide).

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