Kindle ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Kindle ( verb )

  1. To start a fire.
  2. To cause an emotion or feeling to start or become stronger.

Origin:

Middle english kindlen, from old english cnyttan, cnyttian; akin to old high german knuozzen to press together, knuot knot.

Examples:

  1. He kindled the fire with some dry branches and twigs.
  2. She kindled his passion for adventure with her stories of faraway lands.
  3. The sight of the beautiful sunset kindled a feeling of awe in her.
  4. His words kindled a fire of anger in her.
  5. She kindled the lamp with a matchstick.

(As a noun)

Kindle ( noun )

  1. To start a fire.
  2. To cause an emotion or feeling to start or become stronger.

Origin:

Middle english kindlen, from old english cnyttan, cnyttian; akin to old high german knuozzen to press together, knuot knot.

Examples:

  1. He kindled the fire with some dry branches and twigs.
  2. She kindled his passion for adventure with her stories of faraway lands.
  3. The sight of the beautiful sunset kindled a feeling of awe in her.
  4. His words kindled a fire of anger in her.
  5. She kindled the lamp with a matchstick.
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