verb (used with or without object), en·kin·dled, en·kin·dling.
Related formsen·kin·dler, noun
Examples from the Web for enkindle
This is not a word that may draw down mercy, but rather that may stir up wrath, and enkindle indignation.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
Absence—a momentary separation—was enough to enkindle these flames.The Empress Josephine|Louise Muhlbach
Put it upon thy hand, my beloved, and thou shalt see it enkindle.Sulamith: A Romance of Antiquity|Alexandre Kuprin
Nativity alone, however, is not often sufficient to enkindle the fire of patriotism in our hearts.Japan and the California Problem|Toyokichi Iyenaga
Enkindle this dear earth that bore us,In the hour of peril purified.Poems of the Great War|Various