Antonyms for re-kindled

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He re-kindled the fire in the cookstove and made some coffee.

Christian teaching must be heard and the Christian conscience must be re-kindled.

You must remember that they had left England before the spirit of patriotism had been re-kindled.

There was no dream of forgiveness, of purification, of re-kindled love; all these she placed sadly and gently into the dead past.

The visit was paid, their acquaintance re-established, their interest in each other more than re-kindled.

Ben-Ha-Zelah, re-kindled the fires of his furnaces and again applied himself to explore the arcana of alchemy.

Finally she produced and dried the papers over the stove, in which she had re-kindled a fire.