Definition of Kindlings

1. kindling [n] - See also: kindling



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kindlings

kindle
kindled
kindler
kindlers
kindles
kindless
kindlessly
kindlest
kindleth
kindlier
kindliest
kindlily
kindliness
kindlinesses
kindling
kindlings (current term)
kindly
kindness
kindnesse
kindnesses
kindof
kindred
kindred soul
kindred spirit
kindred spirits
kindreds
kinds
kindsa
kindy
kine

Literary usage of Kindlings

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1. Ethnological Results of the Point Barrow Expedition by John Murdoch (1892)
"kindlings.—From the same place they also brought home willow twigs, 9 inches long, and tied with sinews into bunches or fagots of about a dozen or a dozen ..."

2. The Teaching of Science by John Francis Woodhull (1918)
"If the doors and windows are closed perfectly tight, a fire burning in a pile of dry kindlings in such a room will smolder for a time and go out precisely ..."

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