aflame[ uh-fleym ]SEE DEFINITION OF aflame
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFLAME
To be expected to follow other people's observances set her aflame.
His face was aflame with joy, and he writhed and shook like one who hath a devil.
His laughter was gone, his face was aflame, and his voice rose to a shrill cry.
But her face, which had been aflame, broke into tears again and her voice failed her.
"Getting a divorce," I answered, firmly, for my heart was now aflame.
My blood was aflame, and I was not minded to wait for our meeting at Reaux.
The sun had just set, and the whole expanse of water was aflame with the afterglow.
That box often contained secrets which, if divulged, would set Europe aflame.
I was all aflame, and the fire was scorching her as well as me.
Her cheeks are aflame with roses, like unto the dawn in God's heaven.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AFLAME
- in flames
- beside oneself
- fired up
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- in a tizzy
- juiced up
- keyed up
- on edge
- on fire
- steamed up
- worked up
- zipped up