Definition of conflagrant in English:

conflagrant

Syllabification: con·fla·grant
Pronunciation: /kənˈflāɡrənt
 
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adjective

On fire; blazing.
More example sentences
  • In the event of a conflagrant disaster each passenger could be immediately identified.
  • While this conflagrant strike is going off, the ravager will stand there at/near his spawn-point while the reaver and prophet rush forward.
  • In the midst of a conflagrant and confused debate over amendments to the antipoverty bill, he charged that ‘not 20 of you have read’ the Senate committee's report on the bill's amendments.

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