conflagrant

[kuh n-fley-gruh nt]
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Origin of conflagrant

1650–60; < Latin conflagrant- (stem of conflagrāns), present participle of conflagrāre. See conflagration, -ant
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Related Words for conflagrant

ablaze, afire, blazing, fiery, flaming, inflamed, aflame

British Dictionary definitions for conflagrant

conflagrant

adjective
  1. rare burning fiercely
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