Definition of "combustibility" [com•bus•ti•bil•i•ty]
The quality or state of being combustible(noun)
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Use "combustibility" in a sentence
"The combustibles include Beethoven, Stravinsky and even Jerry Lee Lewis, who took the notion of combustibility seriously one night in 1958 when he gassed up his piano and set it ablaze while playing."
"Even on his best behavior, Brand brings the kind of combustibility that made last year's show such a phenomenon (witness"
"Managers first need to determine the combustibility of the various dusts their factories create."