Definition of combustibility in English:

combustibility

Pronunciation /kəmˌbəstəˈbilədē/ /kəmˌbəstəˈbɪlədi/

noun

See combustible

‘Well, there's this little matter of combustibility: Magnesium burns white-hot, making it tough to work with in a factory setting.’
  • ‘It was, in his opinion, the mixture of greed and ‘false theories’ that gave the insurrection its peculiar combustibility.’
  • ‘They are men in whom real ability wages perpetual war with combustibility.’
  • ‘New case compositions ensure good combustibility and no residues even under extreme conditions while limiting migration of nitric ester from gun propellants.’
  • ‘Ingested alcohol is combustible but a person would die of alcohol poisoning long before consuming enough liquor to have even a slight effect on the body's combustibility.’