flame-retardant

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See also: flame retardant

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Adjective[edit]

flame-retardant ‎(comparative more flame-retardant, superlative most flame-retardant)

  1. Used to describe something that is hard to ignite; that does not support or convey flame.

Noun[edit]

flame-retardant ‎(plural flame-retardants)

  1. A substance used to make an object flameproof.
    The flame-retardant used on the child's pajamas would keep them from bursting into flame, but it caused a rash.

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