The nearer I approached to your habitation, the more deeply did I feel the spirit of revenge enkindled
in my heart.
Our age is too enlightened to contend upon topics which concern only the interests of eternity; the men who hold in proper contempt all controversies about trifles, except such as inflame their own passions, have made it a commonplace censure against your ancestors, that their zeal was enkindled
by subjects of trivial importance; and that however aggrieved by the intolerance of others, they were alike intolerant themselves.
The glare from the enkindled
roof illumined its inmost recesses.
fires of animosity enkindled
in that ancient strife smoulder to this
I was astonished, too, at the vast extent of his reading; and, above all, I felt my soul enkindled
within me by the wild fervor, and the vivid freshness of his imagination.
Media inform that the Kim invite has been received by Moon with both optimism as well as caution; optimism because it enkindled
hopes in many that it might lead to unification of the two Koreas, and pessimism as others read it as an omen of the dark ambitions of the North, vis-a-vis the South.
She had always been kind, and enkindled
, but her demands had a lovely veneer, and that eased me into a deeper intimacy.
The non-Moro cheer this military adventurism; the more they cheer, the more the primordial Islamic ties of the ummah will be enkindled
It is filled with compassion and concern for his fellow Saints and includes this impassioned plea to God: "let thine anger be enkindled
against [the Saints' antagonists] and they shall be consumed before thy face and be far removed from Zion.
satiate that burning thirst which Nature had enkindled
in me from my
The poet, however, shot to fame internationally by his poem 'Usey Kehna December Aa Gaya Hey' that became younger generation's most narrated verse those days and enkindled
emotions even today.
Thus the God, While his enkindled
eyes, with level glance Beneath his white soft temples, stedfast kept Trembling with light upon Mnemosyne.