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- v. Simple past of burn.
- v. Past participle of burn
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See burnt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. ruined by overcooking
- adj. destroyed or badly damaged by fire
- adj. treated by heating to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point
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“Very well,” I said, rubbing the word burned onto my wrist.
I remembered the word burned into that heart at Fountain Square.
The word burned his mouth, but Vionne could think of no other.
“Akrep,” spat the Aga Khan, as if the name burned in his mouth.
He had decided, the phrase burned with the implication that she had no say in the matter.
There be land out there with my name burned on it like a brand on a cow, and ain’t nobody keeping me from it.
I was nauseous for those two days, but not until day three did I start to lose it, mostly from my lower half, until the night of day three, when I vomited so hard my throat still burned from the acid the next night.
I hate when people think something they did not enjoy needs to be forgotten, not spoken about or burned from the human collective.
The brutal years had reduced his meagre body to splintered wreckage, and yet the spark of life within burned brightly as ever.
We didn't do anything official for Summer Soltace, although I think getting sun burned is a fine tradition on a solar holiday.