Insurance. a fire deliberately set and remaining contained, as in a fireplace or boiler, from which any resulting loss cannot be claimed as an insurance liability (opposed to ).
(in military combat) fire, as by artillery, by one’s own forces, especially when causing damage near or casualties to one’s own troops.
(military) firing by one’s own side, esp when it harms one’s own personnel


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