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It's odd how the definition of flammable and inflammable are the same, amirite?

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They are synonymous, but not the same.

Flammable and inflammable do not mean the same thing. If something is flammable it means it can be set fire to, such as a piece of wood. However, inflammable means that a substance is capable of bursting into flames without the need for any ignition. ... The opposite of both words is non-flammable.

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