Easily ignited and capable of burning rapidly; flammable. See Usage Note at flammable.(adjective)
Quickly or easily aroused to strong emotion; excitable.(adjective)
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Use "inflammable" in a sentence
"Robert Boyle had before 1671 dissolved iron in dilute hydrochloric acid and prepared what he described as the inflammable solution of Mars [Iron]."
"Up until about 30 years ago flammable substances were often described as inflammable (as in the word 'inflame') but this was dangerous as sometimes people thought that inflammable meant"
"But the fact is that the generation of these windy flames, or fiery winds as they may be called, arises from a conflict of two bodies of exactly opposite natures; the one being highly inflammable, which is the nature of sulphur, the other abhorring flame, as the crude spirit in niter."