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Week #30: Burn is open!

mmm. this might be a good one for you H/Cers. then again, it's a good one for people with acid reflux or who feel a hot rage toward their enemies. It's:

verb (without object)
1. to undergo rapid combustion or consume fuel in such a way as to give off heat, gases, and, usually, light; be on fire: The fire burned in the grate.
2. (of a fireplace, furnace, etc.) to contain a fire.
3. to feel heat or a physiologically similar sensation; feel pain from or as if from a fire: The wound burned and throbbed.
4. to give off light or to glow brightly: The lights in the house burned all night.
5. to give off heat or be hot: The pavement burned in the noon sun.
6. to produce pain or a stinging sensation similar to that of fire; cause to smart: The whiskey burned in his throat.
7. Games . to be extremely close to finding a concealed object or guessing an answer.
8. to feel extreme anger: When she said I was rude, I really burned.
9. to feel strong emotion or passion: He burned with desire.
10. Chemistry .
a. to undergo combustion, either fast or slow; oxidize.
b. to undergo fission or fusion.
11. to become charred or overcooked by heat: The steak burned around the edges.
12. to receive a sunburn: She burns easily and has to stay in the shade.
13. to be damned: You may burn for that sin.
14. Slang . to die in an electric chair: The murderer was sentenced to burn.
15. to be engraved by or as if by burning: His words burned into her heart.
verb (used with object)
16. to cause to undergo combustion or be consumed partly or wholly by fire.
17. to use as fuel or as a source of light: He burned coal to heat the house.
18. to cause to feel the sensation of heat.
19. to overcook or char: I almost burned the roast.
20. to sunburn.
21. a burned place or area: a burn where fire had ripped through the forest.
22. Pathology . an injury usually caused by heat but also by abnormal cold, chemicals, poison gas, electricity, or lightning, and characterized by a painful reddening and swelling of the epidermis (first-degree burn), damage extending into the dermis, usually with blistering (second-degree burn), or destruction of the epidermis and dermis extending into the deeper tissue with loss of pain receptors (third-degree burn).
23. slow burn. a gradual building up of anger, as opposed to an immediate outburst.
24. the process or an instance of burning or baking, as in brickmaking.
25. a forest or brush fire.

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