Ablaze (adjective)

  1. Burning fiercely and brightly.
  2. Filled with energy or excitement.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english on bl├Žse "on fire".

Examples:

  1. The sky was ablaze with color at sunset.
  2. His eyes were ablaze with anger.
  3. The city was ablaze with lights.
  4. The building was ablaze and firefighters were trying to put out the flames.
  5. The forest was ablaze and hundreds of people were forced to evacuate.
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