Antonyms for re-kindle

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But no following spring should ever re-kindle the roses in those waning cheeks—no mortal hand arrest the progress of decay.

This simple stable duty done, the men betake themselves to the tents, re-kindle the fire, and commence culinary operations.

Another secondary meaning is "to re-vive or to re-kindle" in its metaphoric sense.