adjective see arson

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  • arson — noun Etymology: Anglo French arsoun, from ars, past participle of arder, ardre to burn, from Latin ardēre more at ardor Date: circa 1680 the willful or malicious burning of property (as a building) especially with criminal or fr …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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