Definition of Reinflaming

1. Verb. (present participle of reinflame) ¹



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Definition of Reinflaming

1. reinflame [v] - See also: reinflame

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinflaming

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reinflaming (current term)
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Literary usage of Reinflaming

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1. Speeches, Correspondence and Political Papers of Carl Schurz by Carl Schurz (1913)
"... without being disturbed again and again by what may be called the Southern problem, reinflaming party spirit and distracting the popular mind. ..."

2. Chemistry: General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1871)
"... and heat strongly ; oxygen is evolved, and may be recognized by its power of reinflaming an incandescent match inserted in the tube. ..."

3. Chemistry: General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical, Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1876)
"... and heat strongly ; oxygen is evolved, and may be recognized by its power of reinflaming an incandescent match inserted in the tube. ..."

4. American Mechanics' Magazine (1825)
"... dissolved in water, when applied on burning substances, forms an incrustation over the surface extinguished, and prevents that part from reinflaming. ..."

5. Chemistry: General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical, Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1873)
"... and heat strongly ; oxygen is evolved, and may be recognized by its power of reinflaming an incandescent match inserted in the tube. ..."

6. Life of Zebulon B. Vance by Clement Dowd (1897)
"... and we will cover the facts and obscure the logic of the case by reinflaming the bitter prejudices of the war in the hearts of our constituents ! ..."

7. The Eastern Question and Its Solution by Morris Jastrow (1920)
"... as in reinflaming intense hostility between Greece and Bulgaria, both eager to obtain control of Macedonia, with Servia, while siding with Greece, ..."

8. Chemistry: General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical, Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1879)
"... and heat strongly ; oxygen is evolved, and may be recognized by its power of reinflaming an incandescent match inserted in the tube. ..."

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