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Adjective
Being on fire, or with flames emanating from it
“Destiny looks at the morning sky, all black with the smoke and ash of smoldering inflamed villages and cities.”
Adjective
Sore or tender, typically from injury
“Twice he had to spend precious saved dollars to treat his inflamed hip.”
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Sore from infection or sepsis
“The surrounding areas, including his gut, were much inflamed and septic, the bladder gangrenous, and the old wound from his stone operation had again broken open.”
Adjective
Itchy and inflamed due to a rash or chafing
“During her period of discontent, Rosa developed an uncomfortable, itchy, and inflamed rash on her hands.”
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Having a red or rosy color or complexion
“Abigail denied the accusation sheepishly, hoping her inflamed cheeks wouldn't betray her.”
Adjective
Feeling or expressing great anger
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“The Rakshasas, inflamed with rage, rushed towards it, weapons in hand, and uttering diverse roars like clouds charged with lightning.”
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Feeling frustration, annoyance or dissatisfaction
“He was still inflamed about the whole situation and he wanted revenge.”
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Showing great passion or feeling
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“Thus, for example, when a tyrant, inflamed with passion for a woman of great beauty, makes war on the inhabitants of her city, the fault lies in the unbridled lust of the tyrant and not in the beauty of the woman.”
Adjective
Protuberant or abnormally distended
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Having or showing the symptoms of a fever, as characterized by a high temperature
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Excessively attracted to, in love with, or fond of someone or something
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Feeling or appearing nervous or jittery
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Being in a state of increased activity
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Feeling aroused on a primal level
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Significant or extreme in degree or intensity
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Susceptible to anger or prone to getting on the defensive
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Sunburned or burnt
Verb
To have triggered a passionate feeling or reaction
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“However, their every utterance is designed to inflame fears and tensions.”
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To have aroused someone
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To have made a quantity bigger
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Past tense for to set something on fire
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“He rode with the emblem hanging at the tip of his bow, half expecting it to inflame the night with sorcerous fire that would light their way.”
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Past tense for to make worse or more severe
“The British ambassador argued that any public debate at the UN would only inflame the situation.”
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Past tense for to provoke to anger or rage
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“At first, they were silent, but their silence served only to inflame his anger.”
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Past tense for to excite someone, typically to upset or disturb them
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Past tense for to cause physical pain to
Noun
A shade resembling such a reddish color
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