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DICTIONARY DEFINITION(S):


inflame | ɪnˈfleɪm |

verb [with object]

1. provoke or intensify (strong feelings, especially anger) in someone: "high fines further inflamed public feelings."

        • provoke (someone) to strong feelings: her sister was inflamed with jealousy.

        • make (a situation) worse: comments that inflame what is already a sensitive situation.

2. cause inflammation in (a part of the body): the finger joints were inflamed with rheumatoid arthritis.

3. literary light up with or as if with flames: the torches inflame the night to the eastward.


DERIVATIVES

inflamer noun


ORIGIN

Middle English enflaume, inflaume, from Old French enflammer, from Latin inflammare, from in- ‘into’ + flamma ‘flame’.


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