Cauterize & Cautery (續：焚化爐 單字大集合)
–verb (used with object)
to burn with a hot iron, electric current, fire, or a caustic, esp. for curative purposes; treat with a cautery.
Also, especially British, cauterise.
"Lonesome Jim," written by James C. Strouse, is the third feature film directed by Mr. Buscemi, whose 1996 movie, "Trees Lounge," depicted a similar state of ennui gripping a town in suburban Long Island.
Mr. Buscemi also wrote and starred in that small [gem] of a movie, which [had] more psychological nuance than this emotionally cauterized slice of minimalist malaise.
a destructive fire, usually an extensive one
A conflagration destroyed [Chicago].
Bean has built a [bonfire] of contradictions and the ensuing [conflagration] illuminates a bit of the world.
Starring Ralph Meeker as the brutal Hammer, Kiss Me Deadly is shot [through] with Aldrich's [anarchic] sensibility, from Cloris Leachman's desperate opening run along a pitch-black road to the final apocalyptic conflagration.
which seems like an invitation for a sackrace to the [nearest] crematorium.
Hsiao-kang, a gay salesman of crematorium [niches] who wanders the city on his scooter,
You slag, 15 minutes. 爐渣,熔渣,礦渣,火山渣
Personally, I prefer a pyrethrum job to a fluoride. With the pyrethrum, you kill the roaches right there in front of God and the client. whereas this starch and fluoride, leave it around, the roaches eat it, come back a few days later, they're running around fat as hogs. 除蟲菊,除蟲菊粉
You know , if we were living in India... you could have burned your fiance on a pyre in the village square for even hinting at what she did to you, to this day. 火葬用的柴堆
Knowing Lancelot and his family will try to stop the execution, Arthur sends many of his knights to defend the [pyre], though Gawain refuses to participate.
Me, I'm still a little bit depressed about, you know, the giant, smoldering funeral pyre in the middle of town.
Try now, we can only lose
And our love becomes a funeral pyre
Come on baby, light my fire
Try to set the night on fire
Oliver attempts to [woo] his classmate, Jordana, a self-professed pyromaniac who supervises his journal writing – especially the bits about her.
poke, stir up, and feed (a fire).
Plus, I’m really proud of this film and am so [stoked] to be in it.
Indeed, if anything, he is more so—more stoked [up] with anger and defiance at the reasonable efforts of the reformers to get him to be good and conform.
The opening sequence is by turns manipulative- [stoking] our indignation at the policemen’s casually insensitive and implicitly racist handling of the confrontation between Jean and Amadou- and naturalistic, artfully [thwarting] our desire to reach easy judgement.
a metal receptacle for holding live coals or other fuel, as for heating a room
Careful with that brazier.
kill as a sacrificial victim, as by fire, offer in sacrifice
destroy by fire
Does it take much gas to immolate yourself?
sees herself licking the blood off Christ's (Grandier's) hands, exorcism by [enema], tortures, vomiting, and the final immolation.
burn with a hot iron, electric current, fire, or a caustic, esp. for curative purposes
And I'm looking at him and ask what's going on, because he has totally cauterized eyebrows.
The final scenes of martial law and [social] cauterization provide a convincing climax that recalls Night of the Living Dead, but too much of what goes before seems [rote] and [predictable].
for curative purposes 烙(術), 燒灼劑
which [had] more psychological [nuance] than this emotionally [cauterized] slice of minimalist malaise.
lie in or be exposed to a pleasant warmth
His earlier celebrity as the director of the original Frankenstein movie and its sequel, The Bride of Frankenstein, results in his being visited occasionally by [disagreeable] young men who have come to bask in the [reminiscences] of this creator of two "camp" classics.
chilly or cold
sharp or biting, tangy
Yeah, sure. Come in. It's a little nippy out there.