FIRE AND EXTRANEOUS PERILS,
What Does FIRE AND EXTRANEOUS PERILS Mean?
This joint policy may cover some or all of the following hazards: fire, lightning, explosion, plane, earthquake, storm and hurricane, rainwater, water damage, flood, hazardous damage, riots and strikes, vehicle damage Effect or animal
Literal Meanings of FIRE AND EXTRANEOUS PERILS
Meanings of FIRE:
Combustion, or combustion, where chemicals combine with oxygen in the air and usually emit bright light, heat, and smoke.
Burns the body.
Shooting with weapons, especially firearms.
Disassembly of firearms or other weapons for explosive proportions (bullets or estimates)
Termination of employment (employee)
Fuel supply (oven, engine, boiler or power plant)
Exciting or exciting (imagination or emotion)
Bake or dry in the oven (ceramic, brick, etc.).
Sentences of FIRE
The fire destroyed his house
The whiskey caught fire in his throat
Repulsion of prisoners
The liquid gas heater can start.
India burned my imagination
Methane is used to burn bricks at a nearby factory.
Synonyms of FIRE
stir up, let fly with, hurl, let go, get rid of, give someone their notice, stimulate, oust, dismiss, eject, stoke up, arouse, send, inflame, launch, awaken, fire, put life into, shy, depose, excite, power
Meanings of AND:
It is used to combine words in a part of a language, a sentence or a single sentence to put them together.
It is used to offer additional comments or penalties.
It is used to indicate intention after some verb and before other verb instead of "to".
Sentences of AND
If it was an option and it was the worst, he would have left his parents
Synonyms of AND
added to, also, too, along with, besides, with, as well as, in addition to, including, not to mention, coupled with, and, together with
Meanings of EXTRANEOUS:
It is irrelevant or irrelevant to the title of the hand.
Sentences of EXTRANEOUS
Someone was forced to browse many pages of foreign content
Synonyms of EXTRANEOUS
not to the point, neither here nor there, not to the purpose, nothing to do with it, inconsequential, peripheral, pointless, inapposite, irrelevant, incidental, out of place, inappropriate, not germane, inapplicable, wide of the mark, unrelated, immaterial, beside the point, not pertinent, off the subject, unconnected, tangential
Meanings of PERILS:
A serious and imminent danger.
Sentences of PERILS
You can hurt us both
Jonathan lost his life for David
Synonyms of PERILS
endanger, risk, danger, put at risk, perilousness, expose to risk, hazard, imperil, threaten, riskiness, put on the line, uncertainty, put in danger, threat, insecurity, jeopardy, expose to danger, put in jeopardy, menace