aflame


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Synonyms for aflame

Synonyms for aflame

Synonyms for aflame

keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement

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lighted up by or as by fire or flame

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Remember, she was the woman wonderful, and I was aflame for her.
So I touched a button and set fifty electric suns aflame on the top of our precipice.
For the Leopard-man, released from Moreau's eye, had risen straight from his knees, and now, with eyes aflame and his huge feline tusks flashing out from under his curling lips, leapt towards his tormentor.
From the Yang family a maiden came, Glowing to womanhood a rose aflame, Reared in the inner sanctuary apart, Lost to the world, resistless to the heart; For beauty such as hers was hard to hide, And so, when summoned to the monarch's side, Her flashing eye and merry laugh had power To charm into pure gold the leaden hour; And through the paint and powder of the court All gathered to the sunshine that she brought.
The Earth gave up her dead that tide, Into our camp he came, And said his say, and went his way, And left our hearts aflame.
At one extremity of an open space, hemmed in by the dark wall of the forest, arose a rock, bearing some rude, natural resemblance either to an alter or a pulpit, and surrounded by four blazing pines, their tops aflame, their stems untouched, like candles at an evening meeting.
His blood was fairly aflame, however, and he needed no such challenge.
Critically injured, Salma Bibi gave a statement before the police in which she accused her husband of setting her aflame.
Miller Foods Limited, trading as Remarkable Tortillas, was sentenced in the Queenstown District Court today following an incident that left a workers arm trapped in an oven that was aflame.
READ: Turnover: Cavs overhaul roster with stunning tradesSocial media went aflame with reactions spanning from confusion to mockery of the Cavs for their decision-making.
As part of the demonstration, they set aflame the picture of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the North's national flag, and the so-called unification flag, which the two Koreas agreed to use during their athletes' joint march at the Olympic opening ceremony.
It takes the form of fire battle between the men who build the shrine, who try to protect it, and the other villagers who try to set it aflame by throwing torches at the shrine.
The US has to revist and rethink the incendiary policy as soon as possible otherwise this could possibly ignite the aflame of regional destruction at any time.
Whether it was bulbs strung across Church Street, celebrities throwing the switch, or Lewis's shop windows aflame with colour and spectacle, the start of the Christmas rush across Merseyside has always been an exciting time for young and old.
When our men are incited to rape our women, when our leaders lose sight of their moral compass and yell bloody murder, when a war rages and hatreds are aflame because of convenience and laziness to explain ourselves to each other, we stand to lose.