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re·kin·dle
[ree-kin-dl]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [RE·KIN·DLED, RE·KIN·DLING.]
1.
to excite, stir up, or rouse anew: efforts to rekindle their romance; comments that rekindled her anger.
2.
to cause to begin burning again; ignite again: Never use gasoline to rekindle a fire.
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [RE·KIN·DLED, RE·KIN·DLING.]
3.
to begin to burn again; ignite again: She is worried about a fire rekindling.
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