• (noun): Pain that feels hot as if it were on fire.
    Synonyms: burn
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on burning:

List Of Additives In Cigarettes
... approved as additives to food, they were not tested by burning ... Burning changes the properties of chemicals ... More than 4,000 chemical compounds are created by burning a cigarette ...
The Burning Plain - Production
... The Burning Plain was written and directed by Guillermo Arriaga in his directorial debut after writing the screenplays for director Alejandro González Iñárritu's films Amores perros (2000), 21 Grams (2003), and ... to find the healing powers of love, forgiveness and redemption." Arriaga wrote the story of The Burning Plain to weave together multipart story strands ... purchased the rights to distribute The Burning Plain in Latin America ...
... Her cult is notable for its association with rituals carried out in cemeteries and burning grounds, which incorporate a colorful ritual object called a ... decorated with the faces of deities, is typically carried in procession to a cemetery/burning ground, where a ceremony called the "mayana kollai" is ... sometimes other participants may eat ashes and bone fragments found at the burning ground, although the precise nature of this ritual varies widely from one temple to the ...

More definitions of "burning":

  • (noun): A process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light.
    Synonyms: combustion
  • (adj): Of immediate import.
    Example: "Burning issues of the day"
  • (adj): Producing or having a painfully hot sensation.
    Example: "Begged for water to soothe his burning throat"
  • (noun): The act of burning something.
    Example: "The burning of leaves was prohibited by a town ordinance"
    Synonyms: combustion
  • (adj): Intensely hot.
    Example: "A burning fever"; "the burning sand"
  • (adj): Consuming fuel; used in combination.
    Example: "Coal-burning (or wood-burning) stoves"

Famous quotes containing the word burning:

    He certainly must be a son of Aurora to whom the sun looms, when there are so many millions to whom it glooms rather, or who will never see it till an hour after it has risen. But it behooves us old stagers to keep our lamps trimmed and burning to the last, and not trust to the sun’s looming.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Private property is held sacred in all good governments, and particularly in our own. Yet shall the fear of invading it prevent a general from marching his army over a cornfield or burning a house which protects the enemy? A thousand other instances might be cited to show that laws must sometimes be silent when necessity speaks.
    Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)

    Lie still, sleep becalmed, sufferer with the wound
    In the throat, burning and turning.
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)