Definition of aflame in English:

aflame

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Pronunciation: /əˈfleɪm
 
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adverb & adjective

  • In flames; burning: [as adverb]: pour brandy over the steaks and then set aflame
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    • The obvious appeal of the portrait is the notion that a person's pilot light remains aflame even in the darkest of times.
    • The baobab was aflame, regular fire eating it as quickly as it could.
    • I held onto his arm and he brought me into the kitchen, his lighter still aflame, guiding us safely through the hallway.

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