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incendiary grenade[in′sen·dē‚er·ē grə′nād]
Hand grenade designed to be filled with incendiary materials, or used primarily for incendiary purposes.
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The boys, aged ten, 9 and 7 were killed by thugs who hurled an incendiary grenade
into their home in Ballymoney.
McBride also designed incendiary grenades
and light, portable mortars to give US Soldiers the weapons and mobility necessary to achieve battlefield superiority.
After the FBI was caught covering up the use of incendiary grenades
at Waco, Freeh gave a speech to FBI agents in Las Vegas.