burn

Part of speech: verb

To affect or destroy by or as by fire; consume; scorch.

Part of speech: verb

To be on fire; appear or feel hot; be eager or excited; glow.

Part of speech: noun

An effect or injury from burning; a burnt place.

Part of speech: noun

A brook or rivulet. bourn; bourne.

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Usage examples "burn":

  1. They had let their signal fire burn down low, and were sitting around it talking. - "Dave Dashaway and his Hydroplane", Roy Rockwood.
  2. " Burn it," that was what he had said, " and tell your friend that you have done so." - "Red Pottage", Mary Cholmondeley.
  3. Next day I make more fire and burn you. - "Little Sister Snow", Frances Little.