verb (used with object), kin·dled, kin·dling.
verb (used without object), kin·dled, kin·dling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM kindlekin·dler, noun
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Are test-optional colleges adopting a kindler, gentler approach to admissions?Steve Cohen on the Three Biggest College Admissions Lies|Steve Cohen|September 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Kindler, a well-known critic of Leno, is not the only one taking some bitter satisfaction in Leno's latest ratings.
Senator Dole pulled her “Godless America” commercials yesterday, replacing them with a kindler, gentler and more-defensive appeal.
She laughed and talked, and the kindler made a dim light compared to her eyes.
However, great as Murdoch was as a kindler and a teacher, the education of Robert Burns was mainly due to his remarkable father.The Real Robert Burns|J. L. Hughes
"One," said the engineer, delicately withdrawing a solitary "kindler" from the bottom of his waistcoat pocket.Golden Stories|Various
She has not yet developed a taste for the mother's tricks:—the mother, said to have been a kindler.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
The Brazilians I had sold commenced to show signs of wear, and the Kindler refused to light up right frequent on wet mornings.