Part of speech:
To supply with fuel
The definition of provoke is to push something to happen, or to annoy.
To stir up; instigate:
To give rise to; draw forth; produce:
To cause to light up; make bright
To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire:
To discontinue the employment of; dismiss:
(Slang) To discharge from employment:
Can means someone or something knows how to, is able to, is likely to or has the right to do something.
To displace is defined as to force something to move, to move from a usual place, or to replace.
To endow with life; animate.
(Informal) To set fire to, as in arson
To launch a projectile.
To reach the stage of pregnancy when the fetus can be felt to move.
In a light manner; lightly.
To set or thrust (a self-propelled craft or projectile) in motion:
To put spirit into; give life or courage to; cheer; exhilarate
The definition of incite is to rile people up or to inspire and encourage specific behavior.
Heat is defined as to add warmth to something.
To gleam; flash; light up
(Old Poet.) To emit or diffuse
To release mechanical, chemical, or nuclear energy by the sudden production of gases in a confined space:
(Elec.) To supply electric current to (the field winding of a motor, generator, or other device)
To explode violently and noisily
(Intransitive) To be on fire, especially producing a lot of flames and light.
To dry by heat.
To deal with something in a direct way; to set to work upon.
To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution:
Oust is defined as to get rid of something or someone.
(Baseball) To pitch the ball.
To boot is to kick out, or to start up a computer.
To loosen; to relax; to remove the obligation of.
To dismiss from a position of command or responsibility, especially for disciplinary reasons:
To let or make fall; release hold of
To cut off, remove, get rid of, etc.
To present or propose for comment or approval. Often used with off:
(Archaic) To throw up, as a mound, or rampart.
To move suddenly and fast
To move swiftly or impetuously; rush
(Geology) To displace or move (a vein, lode, or stratum, for example).
To move suddenly as when startled; jump; start; recoil
To throw, cast, fling, or hurl
To move the lever of (a switch, clutch, etc.) or connect, disconnect, engage, etc. by so doing
To move or lift (the head) with a sudden motion.
(Intransitive) Of a grip or hold, to let go.
To throw forward; hurl:
To blow up or move with or as with an explosive; explode
To clear of contents by forcing air through.
To explode or detonate.
To provoke deliberately; incite. Often used with up :
A tongue of light rising from a fire
Great warmth of feeling; ardor
A signaling or guiding device that emits light, such as a lighthouse.
Brilliance; liveliness; vivacity
A piece of cloth or other material, sometimes arranged so that it can be drawn up or sideways: it may be hung for decoration, as at a window, or used to cover, conceal, or shut off something
The projectiles or bombs thus released.
(Medicine) A jet of fine medicated vapour, used either as an application to a diseased part or to charge the air of a room with a disinfectant or a deodorizer.
The act of shooting; discharge of a missile, esp. from a gun
A discharge from a number of firearms, fired simultaneously or in rapid succession.
A heavy, prolonged attack of words, blows, etc.
(Sports) The act of returning the ball, shuttlecock, etc. in certain games before it touches the ground
An explosive noise:
A harsh verbal or physical attack.
A solar flare.
Either of two spirits, one good and one evil, supposed to influence one's destiny
A heap of combustibles for burning a corpse as a funeral rite.
A big, destructive fire
Rapid oxidation accompanied by heat and, usually, light, as with magnesium
A large fire built outdoors
Any of the Gospel narratives of Jesus' Passion and of accompanying events
A sudden, rapid, and widespread increase
The act or an instance of shooting a gun, specif., one that results in wounding or killing
(Physics) A flash of light produced in a phosphor by absorption of an ionizing particle or photon.
A sudden outbreak of flame or light:
Something, such as a sudden creative act or idea, that is inspired:
Intensity of feeling; excited interest or eagerness.
To engage the temporary use of for a fee; rent:
To weary by being dull, uninteresting, or monotonous
To be or become deflated:
A lack of interest or enthusiasm; apathy:
Lack of emotion or feeling; impassiveness.
To maintain records in:
To stir the emotions:
Regard for or interest in someone or something:
(Uncountable) The abstract instantiation of goodness; that which possesses desirable qualities, promotes success, welfare, or happiness, is serviceable, fit, excellent, kind, benevolent, etc.
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