inflame in English

provoke or intensify (strong feelings, especially anger) in someone.
high fines further inflamed public feelings
cause inflammation in (a part of the body).
the finger joints were inflamed with rheumatoid arthritis
light up with or as if with flames.
the torches inflame the night to the eastward

Use "inflame" in a sentence

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1. Insults only served to inflame the feud.

2. The test results showed that the MCA compound inflame retardant have good inflame - retarding effect for HIPS.

3. Seeing your man in the flesh would only inflame their envy.

4. Our lack of response seemed to inflame the colonel.

5. Her question seemed to inflame him all the more.

6. These, of course, were lies —designed to inflame anti-Semitic feelings.

7. He spoke, not to inflame, not to upbraid, but to convince.

8. The latest revelations are set to inflame public opinion still further.

9. I wish to dazzle - to bewilder - to inflame her senses.

10. If the summer snow iciness intervene Long Lin, the inflame hates of stare him.

11. The spectacle was a distressing one, and sure to inflame Republican voters.

12. No doubt it will inflame fears about our demise on Dec . 20

13. The unstable region shows the potential of the economic downturn to inflame simmering tensions.

14. 18) He might even try to inflame the menfolk of Banda into stoning Jane.

15. He might even try to inflame the menfolk of Banda into stoning Jane.

16. Giving the Germans the top monetary job would probably inflame north - south divisions in Europe.

17. Reducing the number of staff is certain to inflame the already angry medical profession.

18. Mars will not inflame those credit card balances any longer, so that That IS good news.

19. The acquisition of the clubs only served to inflame the disagreements between Branson and Nik Powell.

20. Time and again, this issue has been used to divide and inflame - – and to demonize people.

21. A pen is certainly an excellent Instrument a Mans Attention and to inflame his Ambition.

22. The governments in Tunis, Algiers and Rabat fear that new frustrations will inflame their countries' economic problems.

23. Its main ingredients curcuminoids have the effects of anti - virus, anti inflame , anti - cancer and anti - oxidation.

24. (Proverbs 15:1) Words causing pain—even if they are spoken calmly—will inflame the situation.

25. Officials fear that if ricochet theory pans out, it could inflame tensions and spark more riots.

26. The testimony would inflame the jurors, and lead them astray from the facts of the case.

27. Each acquisition of military hardware and each movement of military forces seems to fuel GreekTurkish suspicions and inflame tensions.

28. There was also concern that a renewed upturn in inflation could inflame wage claims in the forthcoming pay round.

29. It becomes virtually impossible when your enemy is trying to inflame every atavistic passion in order to defeat you.

30. Walking barefoot , or in flimsy shoes without sufficient arch support , can overstretch , tear , or inflame the plantar fascia .

31. Rabindranath Tagore had reprovingly warned him that the fire that consumed foreign clothing might also inflame minds, and Gandhi was afraid.

32. His move appeared certain to inflame passions in a country noted for the frequently intemperate attitude of its people towards party politics.

33. Should YouTube, for instance, accede to demands from Iran’s government to take down video of Neda Salehi Agha Soltan’s shooting on grounds it could inflame protests in that country?

34. Then John Hose , Reinharz ' s executive assistant , further elaborated : " These are people who tend to inflame passions , whose mission is not so much discussion and education as it is theater , a show .