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Synonyms for burn

be on fire

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set on fire

shine

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blush

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be passionate

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  • be passionate
  • blaze
  • be excited
  • be aroused
  • be inflamed

seethe

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yearn

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Synonyms for burn

to undergo combustion

to undergo or cause to undergo damage by or as if by fire

to emit a bright light

to feel or look hot

to feel or cause to feel a sensation of heat or discomfort

to cause to become sore or inflamed

to cause to feel or show anger

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

burn out: to lose so much strength and power as to become ineffective or motionless

damage or a damaged substance that results from burning

Synonyms for burn

pain that feels hot as if it were on fire

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a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun

an injury caused by exposure to heat or chemicals or radiation

a place or area that has been burned (especially on a person's body)

damage inflicted by fire

shine intensely, as if with heat

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cause a sharp or stinging pain or discomfort

feel strong emotion, especially anger or passion

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cause to undergo combustion

burn at the stake

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spend (significant amounts of money)

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feel hot or painful

burn, sear, or freeze (tissue) using a hot iron or electric current or a caustic agent

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get a sunburn by overexposure to the sun

create by duplicating data

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burn with heat, fire, or radiation

References in classic literature ?
Burns who was pleading with me anxiously not to leave him behind; while I could only return him but doubtful answers.
Burns, while still acting captain, had hastened to sign a charter-party which in an ideal world without guile would have been an excellent document.
Burns, to whom I imparted my fears, chose to take great umbrage at them.
Burns gave up and went to bed in a raging fever without saying a word to anybody.
Burns told me that he was the best seaman in the ship, I ex- pressed my surprise that in his earliest prime and of such appearance he should sign on as cook on board a ship.
Burns," I said quietly, duly smiling at him; and the trap drove off to a sort of sanatorium, a pavilion of bricks which the doctor had in the grounds of his residence.
Burns," I cried, very much discomposed, "what on earth are you talking about?
Burns he sat down by my side, and, laying his hand on my knee amicably, begged me to think what it was I was exposing myself to.
I had a vision so vivid of poor Burns in his exhaustion, helplessness, and anguish, that it moved me more than the reality I had come away from only an hour before.
Burns ap- peared at the gangway carried on a stretcher, the doctor himself walked by its side.
Burns, carried across the quarter-deck, had the appearance of being absolutely lifeless.
Prescribed natural fire: Fire, usually set by lightning, that's allowed to burn "within prescription" in a given area, then watched closely.
But recent findings have revealed the importance of two other practices that appear to burn as much material as land-clearing fires: the worldwide burning of agricultural waste left over after harvest, and the annual burning of grasslands in Africa, South America, Australia and elsewhere to improve grazing.
Two years ago, state environmental officials is sued a permit for the plant to burn up to 100 percent of C&D debris that came from painted wood and plywood.
Included in the northern part of that burn was a wildlife area known as Volcan Mountain.