kindle

[ kin-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF kindle

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Kindle the light of the light-house, and it has nothing to do, except to shine.

They have coal, but even the wood to kindle the coal is imported.

All their explanations only served to kindle anew their anger.

But all his efforts to kindle the fire were in vain; the wood only smoked.

She had a twinge of pity, watching the old faces pale and kindle.

I collected some dry chips and branches and prepared to kindle a fire.

He told himself it would be easy to kindle a new fire on the warm hearth.

Nancy, now back from Sulby, was blowing into the bars of the grate to kindle a fire.

And we shall come with the pine-torch to kindle it, and with pitch and tow to feed it.

Does it kindle a single ray of dawn the more in a human soul?

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