conflagrant

[ kuh n-fley-gruh nt ]
/ kənˈfleɪ grənt /

adjective

blazing; burning; on fire.

Nearby words

  1. confiscation,
  2. confiscatory,
  3. confit,
  4. confiteor,
  5. confiture,
  6. conflagrate,
  7. conflagration,
  8. conflate,
  9. conflation,
  10. conflict

Origin of conflagrant

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

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British Dictionary definitions for conflagrant

conflagrant

/ (kənˈfleɪɡrənt) /

adjective

rare burning fiercely
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