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Synonyms for enkindle

to cause to burn or undergo combustion

to arouse the emotions of; make ardent

Synonyms for enkindle

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It is a righteous and not a sensual heaven that perpetually enkindles the passions and desires of the flesh.
In revealing the terrors of timeliness, passion enkindles an awareness, and thus a relationship, with the radical otherness of eternity.
The flame that really enkindles can't, you might say, burn through because of the excess of ash covering it.
Christians believe that it is His fire and light that enkindles their hearts.
The equivalent of the fan which enkindles the fire is action (karma).
Ceaseless comparison, the making of which enkindles dissatisfaction, is a basic mechanism of human perception.
Love engenders attentiveness which begets insight; desire enkindles perseverance in the ethical quest.
The Holy Spirit enlightens the mind of the person so that his reason can recognize the truth of the Gospel and enkindles his will so as to love the truth of the Gospel.