inflamed


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in·flame

 (ĭn-flām′)
v. in·flamed, in·flam·ing, in·flames
v.tr.
1. To arouse to passionate feeling or action: crimes that inflamed the entire community.
2. To make more violent; intensify: "inflamed to madness an already savage nature" (Robert Graves).
3.
a. To cause (the skin) to redden or grow hot, as from strong emotion or stimulants.
b. To turn red or make glow: Great bonfires inflamed the night.
4. To produce inflammation in (a tissue or organ).
5. To set on fire; kindle.
v.intr.
1. To become excited or aroused.
2. To be affected by inflammation.
3. To catch fire.

[Middle English enflaumen, from Old French enflammer, from Latin īnflammāre : in-, intensive pref.; see in-2 + flammāre, to set on fire (from flamma, flame; see bhel- in Indo-European roots).]

in·flam′er n.

inflamed

(ɪnˈfleɪmd)
adj
swollen, red, and painful as a result of disease or injury
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inflamed - resulting from inflammation; hot and swollen and reddened; "eyes inflamed with crying"
unhealthy - not in or exhibiting good health in body or mind; "unhealthy ulcers"
2.inflamed - lighted with red light as if with flamesinflamed - lighted with red light as if with flames; "streets ablaze with lighted Christmas trees"; "the inflamed clouds at sunset"; "reddened faces around the campfire"
light - characterized by or emitting light; "a room that is light when the shutters are open"; "the inside of the house was airy and light"
3.inflamed - adorned with tongues of flame
heraldry - the study and classification of armorial bearings and the tracing of genealogies
adorned, decorated - provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction

inflamed

adjective swollen, sore, red, hot, angry, infected, fevered, festering, chafing, septic Her eyes were sore and inflamed.
Translations
zanícenýzapálený
betændt
tulehtunut
upaljen
bólginn, òrútinn
炎症を起こした
염증을 일으킨
inflammerad
ทำให้อักเสบ
iltihaplanmışkızarmışkızgın
bị viêm

inflamed

[ɪnˈfleɪmd] adj [skin, gums, joint, organ] → enflammé(e)
to become inflamed → devenir enflammé(e)

inflamed

[ɪnˈfleɪmd] adj (Med) → infiammato/a

inflame

(inˈfleim) verb
to cause (feelings etc) to become violent.
inˈflamed adjective
hot and red especially because of infection. Her throat was very inflamed.

inflamed

مُلْتَهِب zanícený betændt entzündet εξοργισμένος inflamado tulehtunut enflammé upaljen infiammato 炎症を起こした 염증을 일으킨 ontstoken betent rozogniony inflamado воспаленный inflammerad ทำให้อักเสบ kızgın bị viêm 发炎的

inflamed

adj inflamado; to become — inflamarse
References in classic literature ?
The notes had been written in a round, boyish hand and had reflected a mind inflamed by novel reading.
There was a dull pang of regret because it was not the kiss of love which had inflamed her, because it was not love which had held this cup of life to her lips.
Though the cheeks of Cora were pale and her countenance anxious, she had lost none of her firmness; but the eyes of Alice were inflamed, and betrayed how long and bitterly she had wept.
Their savage minds were inflamed to mischief by two abandoned men, Captains McKee and Girty.
Scrupulously washed and shaven, some of the soap appeared to have lingered in his eyes and inflamed the lids, even while it lent a sleek and shining lustre, not unlike his coat, to his smooth black hair.
After dinner we talked with several Englishmen, and they inflamed our desire to a hotter degree than ever, to see the sights of Meiringen from the heights of the Bru"nig Pass.
The Excelsior Soap Company paid a very small return of any kind to its infantile agents, who were scattered through the state, but it inflamed their imaginations by the issue of circulars with highly colored pictures of the premiums to be awarded for the sale of a certain number of cakes.
Emma was just describing the nature of her friend's complaint; "a throat very much inflamed, with a great deal of heat about her, a quick, low pulse, &c.
Lecount, looking with the tenderest interest at the visitor's inflamed eyes through the visitor's net veil.
With that he took his trembling hands, which were like the claws of a great bird, out of my hair; and put on a pair of spectacles, not at all ornamental to his inflamed eyes.
It was violently swollen and inflamed, and I could scarcely endure to have it touched.
While, with smooth and smiling cheek, the courtiers, each in turn, followed their Prince's example, and aimed a shaft of ridicule at Cedric, the face of the Saxon became inflamed with passion, and he glanced his eyes fiercely from one to another, as if the quick succession of so many injuries had prevented his replying to them in turn; or, like a baited bull, who, surrounded by his tormentors, is at a loss to choose from among them the immediate object of his revenge.