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inflame

(ĭn-flām′)
v. in·flamed, in·flaming, in·flames
v.tr.
To produce inflammation in (a tissue or organ).
v.intr.
To be affected by inflammation.

in·flam′er n.
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"The movie coming out is made in order to inflame and cause chaos.
New Delhi [India], August 27 ( ANI ): Facebook has banned many high profile accounts in Myanmar saying they "inflame ethnic and religious tensions" in the country.
'The Presidency wishes to appeal to prominent Nigerians, who have national influence, to use their influence wisely and not continue to engage in public declarations that are likely to inflame emotional passions and threaten National Security.
"By taking the side of Assad they inflame the civil war - and therefore extremism - and prolong the suffering of the Syrian people.
Amman, July 13 (Petra) -- Jordan, on Sunday, warned Israel that its policies and measures against the Al-Aqsa Mosque and denying access to Muslim worshippers into the mosque would inflame "the fires of hatred and violence".
Seoul : Two nuclear-capable US B-2 stealth bombers flew what the US military described as "deterrence" missions over South Korea on Thursday, in a move sure to further inflame tensions with the North.
We all know that Sky News is a London-based news corporation owned by Rupert Murdoch, the Jewish media mogul; and hence explaining the motives behind its eagerness to inflame public anarchy in Bahrain.
"It's true that there are some who are trying to exploit the (Burj Abi Haidar) incident to inflame sectarian strife or to achieve small gains.
3 : to make or become sore, red, and swollen <The chemical can inflame the skin.>
The first SKUs to be branded under the program will be the company's Celadrin-based joint health formulas, which will be offered under the Inflame Away brand and sold directly to retailers nationwide.
The two new Supreme Court justices are John Roberts and Samuel Alito, both mockingly characterized in Toronto's Globe and Mail as "conservative, white, middle-aged male jurists" (enough to inflame feminists) (Feb.
Iran was responding to comments by US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who said: "Iran and Syria have gone out of their way to inflame sentiments and to use this to their own purposes."