Definition Of akindle

verb

(of a hare or rabbit) give birth.

Some rabbit owners are fortunate enough to witness the rabbit kindling .

light or set on fire.

Last night I built the first fire I've kindled in years and it came back to me, that instinctual pull of watching the flames catch, of stirring the embers, and poking the logs until they burn brightly.

Example Of akindle

  • A delicate mission, perhaps, to kindle friendship or extend love, but such is the structure of a psychology burdened by confrontation of animal hunger.

  • A signal fire, kindled with the lens of Piggy's glasses, is established on the mountain to call passing ships to their rescue while shelters are constructed.

  • All that could be carried off was taken, all that could not was wasted by the fires they kindled , even onto the humblest grain store-house of the poor cottars.

  • Barely controlled fury kindled in Kayline's eyes.

  • Due to the chill brought by the surrounding rain, a large fire had been kindled in the fireplace next to her bed.


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