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aflame

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaflamea‧flame /əˈfleɪm/ adjective [not before noun] 🔊 🔊 1 BURNburning syn ablaze 🔊 Most of the city was aflame.2 BRIGHTvery bright with colour or light syn ablazeaflame with 🔊 trees aflame with autumn leaves3 EMOTIONALfilled with strong emotions or excitementaflame adverb
Examples from the Corpus
aflameMost of the city was aflame, and bitter fighting had taken over the downtown suburbs.The sky was aflame and though she tried not to think of the sunsets from Fernando's cliff-top it was virtually impossible.The Great River swept sluggishly through meads that were aflame with buttercups and dotted with the last patches of melting snow.Faces aflame with drink, grotesque moustaches, pot bellies ... I seemed to have stumbled into a painting by Hogarth.
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