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Inflame, 1) to set on fire: “to stop their marches 'fore we are --d,” John V, 1, 7. cf. Per. II, 2, 35.
2) to enkindle, to fire with passion, to excite; absol.: “when thou wilt i.” Compl. 268. “--ing wrath,” John III, 1, 340. “--ing love,” H6A V, 5, 82. “can as well i. as it can kill,” Per. II, 2, 35. IV, 1, 6 (corr. pass.). Trans.: H4B V, 5, 33. Caes. III, 2, 149. Lr. I, 1, 258. Oth. II, 1, 231. Per. I, 1, 20. IV, 1, 5. --d with Lucrece' beauty, Lucr. Arg. IV, 1, 5 “Mars his heart, --d with Venus,” Troil. V, 2, 165.
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