verb (used with or without object), en·flamed, en·flam·ing.
Examples from the Web for enflame
“Anything that tries to solve an issue in Northern Ireland, to put a salve on it, tends to enflame the situation,” he said.Belfast in Chaos After Days of Protestant Rioting, Police Injuries|Nico Hines|July 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This latest attack ad looks to many like only one more attempt to enflame an ancient American wound.
I was loth to smoother such fire in my brest; but to vent it, to enflame others.
It's a maddening and atrociously bad and cheap alcohol, but it does enflame.Sinister Street, vol. 2|Compton Mackenzie
Or rather doth it not seem much better contrived to enflame, than to extinguish; to kindle new Fires, than to quench old ones?An Humble Address and Earnest Appeal to Those Respectable Personages in Great-Britain and Ireland, Who, by Their Great and Permanent Interest in Landed Property, Their Liberal Education, Elevated Rank, and Enlarged Views, Are the Ablest to Judge, and the Fittest to Decide, Whether a Connection with, Or a Separation from the Continental Colonies of America, Be Most for the National Advantage, and the Lasting Benefit of These Kingdoms|Josiah Tucker