inflame

[ in-fleym ]SEE DEFINITION OF inflame

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If it were poetry, "did it touch the heart, or inflame the imagination?"

Pitt then deprecated the effort to inflame the insular pride of Irishmen.

But there were more serious things to inflame the temper of the North.

They employed all their skill to inflame the passions of the majority.

Tonight be it your care to fascinate Josephas senses and inflame her heart.

Would not any other be the same, with so much to inflame the passions of men?

The leaves are so acrid as to irritate and inflame the skin, if much handled.

I replied, that all I could do was not to inflame them; but God alone could appease them.

Opposition may inflame the enthusiast, but never converts him.

I could kill you, of course; but that would only inflame her.

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