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adjective as in ablaze

adjective as in ablaze

adjective as in afire

Weak match

adjective as in blazing

Strongest matches

Weak matches

adjective as in conflagrant

adjective as in fired

adjective as in flaming

adjective as in on fire

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Example Sentences

She looked down and saw her hands aflame, so she shook them.

The first trailer has set the Internet aflame, thanks to some familiar faces from previous Spider-Man films.

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He was awakened by a commotion as passengers gasped at news coverage from New York showing the North Tower of the World Trade Center aflame.

Some even fashioned a flag that features a silhouette of a woman in front of a Capitol that is aflame.

One of the showiest is a margarita set aflame in the bar, a spectacle that probably works best if you’re seated in the underground restaurant.

When lit aflame, the burning triangle will be visible from Mars.

Finally, on Monday, the internet was aflame with outrage over an extremely telling anecdote from a single Walmart store.

But I recognized, even as my celebrity-grubbing heart was aflame, that Brand's weird magic came from an inaccessible place.

Watch the athletic giant, battling against his own body but standing tall nonetheless, set the torch aflame.

With 90 seconds left it, was 94-91, the building was aflame, and the Thunder were one stop away from having a chance to tie it.

The sky was alight from zenith to horizon, the Nile aflame with sunrise, by the time the letter was written.

Aristide went back to his comfortless lodgings aflame with bewilderment, indignation and despair.

He had risen, and he was confronting his merry host very fiercely, white to the lips, his eyes aflame.

So I touched a button and set fifty electric suns aflame on the top of our precipice.

Crozier turned rather impatiently, for his face was aflame with some exciting reflection.


On this page you'll find 241 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aflame, such as: afire, alight, blazing, burning, conflagrant, and fiery.

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