Boiling, coction, ebullition, simmering, scalding, decoction, smelting.
Ignition, inflammation, setting fire to, flagration, deflagration, conflagration, arson, incendiarism, auto da fé.
Inflammability, combustibility; incendiary.
Transmission of heat, diathermancy.
(Verbs). To heat, warm, mull, chafe, fire, set fire to, set on fire, kindle, enkindle, light, ignite, damp down.
(Phrases). To stir the fire; blow the fire; fan the flame; apply a match to; make a bonfire of; to take the chill off.
To melt, thaw, fuse, liquefy.
To burn, inflame, roast, toast, broil, fry, grill, singe, parch, sweal, scorch, brand, scorify, torrify, bake, cauterise, sear, char, carbonise, calcine, incinerate, smelt, reduce to ashes, to burn to a cinder.
To boil, stew, cook, seethe, scald, parboil, simmer.
To take fire, catch fire, kindle, light, ignite.
(Adjectives). Combustible, heating, etc., heated, warmed, melted, molten, unfrozen, boiled, stewed, sodden, adust.
(Verbs). To cool, refrigerate, congeal, freeze, glaciate, benumb, refresh, damp, slack, quench, put out, blow out, extinguish, starve, pinch, pierce, cut.
To go out.
(Adjectives). Cooled, frozen, benumbed, etc., shivery, frigorific, refrigerant.
Lucifer, ingle, brand, match, vesuvian, vesta, safety-match, embers, faggot, firebrand, incendiary, port- fire, fire-ball, fire-barrel.
Thermometry, therm, Thermodynamics.
Tasting, gustation, degustation.
Palate, tongue, tooth, sweet tooth, stomach.
(Verbs). To taste, savour, smack, smatch, flavour, twang.
(Phrase). To smack the lips.
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