Burnt

  • (adj): Ruined by overcooking.
    Example: "She served us underdone bacon and burnt buscuits"
    Synonyms: burned
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on burnt:

List Of Windmills In London - Locations - T - W
1767 West Ham Abbey Mill Smock 1768 Burnt down 30 April 1862 West Ham Pigeon’s Mill (north) TQ 847 ... Smock 1746 ... West Ham Pigeon’s Mill (south) TQ 846 ... Smock 1746. 1777* 1724 Demolished ... Dudden Hill Approximately TQ 854 ... Post 1817 ... Willesden Kilburn Mill TQ 848 ... Smock 1803 Burnt down 1863 Wimbledon Common Tibbett’s Corner Mill Post c ... TQ 1710 ... Woolwich Co-operative Mill 1760 Burnt down 16 March 1760 Woolwich Co-operative Mill Smock 1845. ...

More definitions of "burnt":

  • (adj): Treated by heating to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point.
    Example: "Burnt sienna"
    Synonyms: burned
  • (adj): Having undergone oxidation.
    Synonyms: burned
  • (adj): Hardened by subjecting to intense heat.
    Synonyms: baked, burned
  • (adj): Destroyed or badly damaged by fire.
    Example: "A charred bit of burnt wood"; "barricaded the street with burnt-out cars"
    Synonyms: burned, burned-out, burnt-out

Famous quotes containing the word burnt:

    When man has neither the strength to subdue his underworld powers—which are really the ancient powers of his old, superseded self; nor the wit to placate them with sacrifice and the burnt holocaust; then they come back at him, and destroy him again. Hence every new conquest of life means a “harrowing of Hell.”
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    People who are always praising the past
    And especially the times of faith as best
    Ought to go and live in the Middle Ages
    And be burnt at the stake as witches and sages.
    Stevie Smith (1902–1971)

    So all were lost, which in the ship were found,
    They in the sea being burnt, they in the burnt ship drown’d.
    John Donne (1572–1631)