(Informal) To set fire to, as in arson
The act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated.
The pathway or route of such illumination to a person:
(Old Poet.) To illuminate
To set fire to:
To spark is to emit little electrical currents or signals, or to emit little bursts of fire or light.
To radiate light; shine.
Animate is defined as to bring to life.
To emit or reflect light; be radiant or bright with light; gleam; glow
To overthrow or dislodge; upset.
To scintillate is to give off or emit flashes of light, or to sparkle.
To lay (cloth) on a perch in order to examine it.
To give off light from heat or to emit light as if heated.
To make less severe or intense:
To shine out with gaudy colours; to be offensively bright or showy.
To burn with a blaze of light; burst into flame
To light up as if by fire; to illuminate.
(Intransitive) To grow bright, or more bright in color; to clear up
To emit rays; shine
To be luminous; shine.
To move downward; sink or descend, especially gradually:
To set (a vehicle) down on land or another surface:
To catch fire.
To put out (a fire, etc.); quench; smother
To climb or ascend:
To extinguish; put out
To wet through and through; soak.
To render dim or obscure; to sully; to tarnish.
To diminish the stature of; overshadow or detract from:
(Intransitive) To become dark or darker in colour.
To represent degrees of shade or shadow in:
The definition of arrive is when you become someone important or when you become someone or something you have always wanted to be.
To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire:
To stir the emotions:
In a light manner; lightly.
Brilliance or bright coloring
Instantaneous illumination for photography:
A rapid, persistent chemical change that releases heat and light and is accompanied by flame, especially the exothermic oxidation of a combustible substance:
The igniting of the explosive mixture in the cylinder
The reaction of a part of the body to injury or infection, characterized by swelling, heat, redness, and pain. The process includes increased blood flow with an influx of white blood cells and other chemical substances that facilitate healing.
To unseat or throw off, as from a horse.
To cancel or end a scheduled event, project or course
To prevent the flow or passage of:
To disembark is defined as a person or cargo to get off of a boat, aircraft or other form of transportation.
To bring to rest; stop
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
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