Synonym: arouse, ignite, light, move, provoke, start, stir up, trigger. Antonym: extinguish, smother, stifle. Similar words: swindle, handle, bundle, endless, handlebar, a bundle of, kind, kind of. Meaning: ['kɪndl] v. 1. catch fire 2. cause to start burning 3. call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses).
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1. This wood is too wet to kindle.
2. A careless word may kindle strife; a cruel word may wreck a life, a timely word may level stress, a loving word may heal and bless.
3. The wet wood wouldn't kindle easily.
4. Kim had managed to kindle a little fire of dry grass.
5. She felt a small warmth of pride kindle in her. So elegant he was.
6. She felt a small warmth of pride kindle in her.
7. A smouldering cigarette can kindle a devastating bushfire.
8. The meeting did not seem to kindle sparks.
9. I longed to kindle one!
10. A small spark was enough to kindle Lily's imagination.
11. This wood won't kindle because it's wet.
12. Nothing remains but that I kindle the boy,[http://sentencedict.com] which now I'll go about.
13. The Kindle - and other devices that use a low - power e - Ink screen - also offers much - longer battery life.
14. On the Kindle, by contrast, the news has no ads.
15. Nos meus testes, o Kindle nunca desligou nem saiu do ar, nem apresentou nenhum problema.
16. My liking always wants some little kindness to kindle it.
17. This week he unveiled the Kindle 2, an improved version for the same $359, against the backdrop of a library that was once the private collection of John Pierpont Morgan.
18. John Wagoner, a 63-year-old accountant and Kindle owner in Plano, Tex., said that if e-book prices went much higher than $13 he would simply commit his time and dollars to other activities.
19. The Kindle - like reader includes a cellular connection and incorporates Founder's own e - book software.
20. A Kindle model that can also get online using the cellular network, as earlier models do, costs $50 more.
21. I'm careless to kindle the firecracker, so I'm very unlucky.
22. Silvis introduced the second portion of the discussion group by holding up a Rocket ereader, circa 1998, along with a late-model Kindle.
23. Book publishers have worried about the $9.99 flat price ever since Amazon.com introduced it for its Kindle reader in 2007, fearing that it could cannibalize sales of higher-priced hardcover books.
24. Because raw materials production and capacity the link exist safe hidden danger, the civic architecture concentrate of plus, set off the aperture clear lamp to kindle fire hazard very easily.
25. Amazon will be hoping to leverage both the strength of the Kindle brand, built up over three generations of its popular e-book reader, and its ability to serve up content such as music and video.
26. I suppose I could sneak a peek at a friend's Kindle, but is that the same?
27. The reading experience is a matter of taste but I prefer the Kindle app's simplicity to the rather fussy, fake book stylings of Apple's own iBooks app.
28. A set of leaked sales figures indicate that the Kindle Fire, now the crown jewel of the Amazon empire, is on track to beat the so far unbeatable iPad.
29. If I focus the rays of sun with a burning glass, even in the coldest days of winter, I can kindle a fire with ease.
30. Amazon may have the most at stake, given that it's a major book seller and is mining the Kindle for even more sales.
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