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Things burn often describes (“burn ________”)
out, rate, injury, incense, care, shock, murdoch, depth, time, management, wound, severity, ham, pain, treatment, off, size, wood, therapy, baby, sulphur, beating, infection, infections, contracture, edema, resuscitation, eschar, scar, closure, trauma, corn, prevention, incidence, paper, area, coal, morning, rehabilitation, mortality, sage, healing, unit, encephalopathy, assessment, rubber, ground, ointment, carcinoma, phosphorus, outs, oil, coffee, patient, fire, debridement, contractures, cut, damage, candles, wind, brush, fat, manipulation, powder, nursing, frankincense, aircraft, rubbish, chart, victim, classification, garbage, tissue, toxin, hazard, tail, motor, cream, refuse, bench, pathophysiology, touchpaper1, epidemiology

Descriptive words:
and, degree, severe, slow, deep, thickness, small, second, post, extensive, electrical, bad, superficial, thermal, heart, lean, major, serious, slash, sun, third, slight, controlled, slashand, minor, full, painful, nasty, light, ray, partial, hot, red, mass, prescribed, mild, circumferential, chemical, electric, acute, clean, fast, cold, pre, accidental, facial, corneal, dermal, retinal, gonna, fresh, terrible, terrific, deeper, thermonuclear, cutaneous, tiny, moderate, seconddegree, intense, premixed, sharp, thirddegree

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Book See burn used in context: 100+ rhymes, 65 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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