Meaning of incendiarism in English:

incendiarism

Pronunciation /ɪnˈsɛndɪərɪz(ə)m/

noun

See incendiary

‘This extraordinary film is celluloid incendiarism, rabble-rousing cinema with a delirious, delicious edge of black comedy which I estimate to be about 90-95% intentional.’
  • ‘It confirmed Foreign Secretary Russell's fears that ‘acts of plunder, of incendiarism, and of revenge’ would ravage the American continent.’
  • ‘It initially attracted some gentry support; though when savage repression was applied to suppress it, proletarian anger was unleashed in a wave of incendiarism.’
  • ‘At the inquest, the evidence suggested suspicion of incendiarism and suicide.’