Incinerator in a sentence

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Definition of Incinerator

  • a furnace for incinerating (especially to dispose of refuse)

How to use incinerator in a sentence. Incinerator pronunciation.

Others followed his example, one citizen giving a liberal sum of money toward the establishment of an incinerator which should replace in part the duties of the dump, and another heading a subscription list for the purchase of a fence which should keep out stray animals and boys whose interests might be awakened at the time the vegetables ripened rather than during the days of preparation and backache.
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That's a kind of an incinerator, Collins-a place where the mistakes go up in smoke, at night, when there's nobody to see.
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There was the night, more than a year after he'd come to the treatment center, when he finally broke into the basement and found the incinerators.
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And the incinerators led to the operating and delivery chambers, and the delivery chambers led to the laboratory and the laboratory led to the incubators and the incubators led to the nightmare.
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In the nightmare Harry found himself looking down at the mistakes and the failures and he recognized them for what they were, and he knew then why the incinerators were kept busy and why the black smoke poured.
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Examples of Incinerator

Example #1
Mrs. Smith answered her nephew's expectations by adding to the fund.
Example #2
His Grandfather was public-spirited and at a meeting of citizens called for the purpose of proposing the new community venture he offered money, fertilizer, seeds, and the services of a man for two days to help in the first clearing up.
Example #3
But right now it's the other building that's important; the building with the big chimney.
Example #4
Sometime later on I'll describe it to you.
Example #5
And the incinerators led to the operating and delivery chambers, and the delivery chambers led to the laboratory and the laboratory led to the incubators and the incubators led to the nightmare.
Example #6
It wasn't until Harry managed to get into Unit Four that he got what he wanted (what he _didn't_ want) and learned that reality and dreams were one and the same.