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1. The second world war kindled his enthusiasm for politics.
2. We watched as the fire slowly kindled.
3. The spark kindled the dry leaves in a few minutes.
4. The teacher's praise kindled a spark of hope inside her.
5. Her cruelty kindled hatred in my heart.
6. The setting sun kindled the sky.
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7. I came in and kindled a fire in the stove.
8. A love of poetry was kindled in him by his mother.
9. The sparks kindled the dry grass.
10. He had kindled a spark of interest within her.
11. It was her teacher who kindled her interest in music.
12. Her imagination was kindled by the exciting stories her grandmother told her.
13. The moon kindled the field.
14. Jim kindled the Easter fire, a blue flame at first barely visible above the silver rim of a white bowl.
15. Suspicion kindled within her.
16. Logs had been kindled in the hearth, and the room held the faint, acrid tang of woodsmoke.
17. His eyes kindled with excitement.
18. Happiness kindled her eyes.
19. As the pyre was kindled, on a rocky height above it a woman appeared.
20. His rudeness kindled my anger.
21. His scientific interests were kindled by visits to the great exhibition at the Crystal Palace in London in 1851.
22. Her eyes kindled with happiness.
23. In their openness and vitality the students kindled in the young scholar an overwhelming sense of devotion to the institution.
24. Learning is kindled in the mind of the individual.
25. Her eyes kindled with pleasure.
26. Her anger, newly kindled, needed something to scorch and shrivel before it could be extinguished.
27. My heartfelt thanks to you, dear teacher. On the voyage of life, you have kindled the light of hope for me. What you have done enriches my mind and broadens my view. On this day I honour you sincerely.
28. A leaning toward chemistry and chemical engineering was no doubt kindled in some way by a Mickey Mouse comic strip.
29. Soon hundreds were camping out in the empty Casino and the closed exhibit halls where they kindled small fires to keep warm.
30. As fire became, in my thinking, a metaphor for the emotions kindled by race, two additional chapters suggested themselves.