ymfflamychasech, ymfflamychasem, ymfflamycha’, ymfflamychaf, ymfflamychai, ymfflamychais, ymfflamychaist, ymfflamychan, ymfflamychant, ymfflamychasai, ymfflamychasant, ymfflamychych, ymfflamycha, ymfflamychasent, ymfflamychasid, ymfflamychasit, ymfflamychasoch, ymfflamychasom, ymfflamychaswn, ymfflamychech, ymfflamyched, ymfflamychem, ymfflamychen, ymfflamychent, ymfflamycher, ymfflamyches, ymfflamychest, ymfflamychet, ymfflamychi, ymfflamychid, ymfflamychiff, ymfflamychir, ymfflamychith, ymfflamycho, ymfflamychoch, ymfflamychodd, ymfflamychom, ymfflamychon, ymfflamychont, ymfflamychwch, ymfflamychwn, ymfflamychwyd, ymfflamychwyfhymfflamychu, ymfflamychu
Verb(1) cause inflammation in(2) catch fire(3) cause to start burning(4) arouse or excite feelings and passions(5) become inflamed; get sore
(1) If staff act in a trained, controlled manner they are less likely to inflame the situation.(2) Usually, outside comments just serve to inflame the situation.(3) I don't know why the police had to do this but it will only inflame local people around here.(4) But what good is that if the struggles over parades are prefigured to continue endlessly, and to twist and inflame ordinary people endlessly.(5) I think the president doesn't want to further inflame the situation.(6) Any retaliatory attack would only inflame the current situation,├ö├ç├û he warned.(7) However, their every utterance is designed to inflame fears and tensions and give succour to the fascists.(8) You don't want to inflame the situation while the crew is there.(9) I don't doubt that such experiences can inflame devotion, like any pious dream.(10) the torches inflame the night to the eastward(11) How dare I stir up trouble and inflame feelings by repeating such a conversation?(12) It will either inform you or inflame you, and either one can be a good thing.(13) But you have to ask which article will do more to inflame the scornful anger of the middle classes.(14) Of course, it's not reporters' job to intentionally inflame bad situations.(15) Woe unto them that rise up early in the morning, that they may follow strong drink; that continue until night, till wine inflame them!(16) Some of the men outside the mosque said that the raid would inflame the situation├ö├ç├û.
1. enrage ::
2. incite ::
3. aggravate ::
4. kindle ::
5. wake ::
6. conflagrate ::
1. delight ::
2. gratify ::
3. please ::
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Different Formsinflame, inflamed, inflames, inflaming
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