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Definition of the noun inflaming
What does inflaming mean as a name of something?
- arousal to violent emotion
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by Sir William Jenner
the lymphatics to the gland lead, in almost all, if not in all cases, the gland so inflaming is the seat of the deposit of tubercle. 5. That the lymphatic glands of scrofulous children, and glands which contain tubercle inflame and suppurate from ...
by DeWitt Talmage Starnes, Gertrude Elizabeth Noyes
An Hecticke fever, inflaming the heart and soundest or substantiallest part of the bodie. Hemisfhaerium,... Halfe the compasse of the visible heaven.... Hofnonymia ,. . . When divers things are signified by one word. Horizon,... A circle dividing the ...
by David Crystal
infixed adj т InfiksId spinfixed' inflame 1 -ed y Infle:m / -d spinflame1/inflamd" rh fame, shame LС 268 inflaming adj in flemin, -in sp inflaming" inflammation n Inflomeision spinflamation" inflict y = sp inflict" rh contradict Lис ...
A Dictionary in Sanscrit and English Translated Amended and Enlarged from an Original Compilation Prepared by Learned for the College Fort William (1832)
by Horace Hayman Wilson
” Kindling, inflaming. "Exciting, rendering intense, (a feeling, &c.) *Tonic, stimulant. m. (+) An aromatickseed, (Ligusticum ajwäen, Rox.) ''Small cumin. "Celosia cristata ...
A Dictionary in Sanscrit and English; Translated, Amended and Enlarged from an Original Compilation, Prepared by Learned Natives for the College of for William. 2. Ed (1832)
by Horace Hayman Wilson
Kindling, inflaming. * Exciting, rendering intense, (a feeling, &c.) • Tonic, stimulant . m. (-47) 'An aromatick seed, (Ligusticum ajwien, Rox.) “Small cumin. * Celosia cristata. * Saffron. * A lamp. * A falcon. * One of the Rāgas or modes of music. f.
by David Micklethwait
An Hecticke fever, inflaming the heart and soundest or substantiallest part of the bodie. Hetnisphaerium,... Halfe the compasse of the visible heaven.... Homonymia,
The Gentlemlen's Lexicon; Or, A Pocket Dictionary, Containing Nearly Every Work in the English Language (1835)
Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw
inflaming; past, ine - INFLAMMATORY. adj. Having INF --INF pr: par... inflating; past, inflated . s: inflation. INFLECT". v. To bend, to turn. pr . par inflecting; past, inflected: adj. # s: inflection. INFLEX'IBLE, adj. Not to be ...
by John Shakespear
Kindling, inflaming, enlightening. 2. s. Splendour. U95 >293./aroz karnd, To illuminate. P. ७99*.
by Benjamin Clough
38<sn inflaming) lust, passion ; also, lcama or the god of love esSsi- sSw 5. (w'fi all <§>*&5i bitter) a creeper (tricosanthes anguina) wSeojaeag ». ( eaSojeJ on erery ride tag auspicious) a build ing of a square form with an entrance ...
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Scrabble value of I1N1F4L1A1M3I1N1G2
The value of this 9-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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