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[en-fleym] /ɛnˈfleɪm/
verb (used with or without object), enflamed, enflaming.
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  • Meditate often on God's love for you, and your heart will be enflamed with love for Him.

  • The infirmities due to idleness, enflamed vanity and luxury offered a new field, though to him a less attractive one.

    The Bright Messenger Algernon Blackwood
  • Love is enflamed by their great beauty and enters through their eyes at their first sight of each other.

    Essays on the Greek Romances Elizabeth Hazelton Haight
  • His youthful brain was enflamed by Alfieri and Foscolo, who remained his favourite authors.

    The Liberation of Italy

    Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco
  • The violent despoiler of other men's goods, enflamed with covetousness, surely resembles a wolf.

  • And their disregard, well calculated, enflamed his desire to the point when he almost decided to propose himself.

    Four Weird Tales Algernon Blackwood
  • I was so beside myself, so enflamed, so ecstatic that I smashed up, and destroyed everything before me.

    Jewish Children Sholem Naumovich Rabinovich
  • The words spread like wild-fire and enflamed the excited crowd within and around the232 monastery.

    Byzantine Churches in Constantinople Alexander Van Millingen

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