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reignite

(ˌriːɪɡˈnaɪt)
vb
1. to catch fire or cause to catch fire again: the burners reignited.
2. to flare up or cause to flare up again: to reignite the war.

reignite


Past participle: reignited
Gerund: reigniting

Imperative
reignite
reignite
Present
I reignite
you reignite
he/she/it reignites
we reignite
you reignite
they reignite
Preterite
I reignited
you reignited
he/she/it reignited
we reignited
you reignited
they reignited
Present Continuous
I am reigniting
you are reigniting
he/she/it is reigniting
we are reigniting
you are reigniting
they are reigniting
Present Perfect
I have reignited
you have reignited
he/she/it has reignited
we have reignited
you have reignited
they have reignited
Past Continuous
I was reigniting
you were reigniting
he/she/it was reigniting
we were reigniting
you were reigniting
they were reigniting
Past Perfect
I had reignited
you had reignited
he/she/it had reignited
we had reignited
you had reignited
they had reignited
Future
I will reignite
you will reignite
he/she/it will reignite
we will reignite
you will reignite
they will reignite
Future Perfect
I will have reignited
you will have reignited
he/she/it will have reignited
we will have reignited
you will have reignited
they will have reignited
Future Continuous
I will be reigniting
you will be reigniting
he/she/it will be reigniting
we will be reigniting
you will be reigniting
they will be reigniting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reigniting
you have been reigniting
he/she/it has been reigniting
we have been reigniting
you have been reigniting
they have been reigniting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reigniting
you will have been reigniting
he/she/it will have been reigniting
we will have been reigniting
you will have been reigniting
they will have been reigniting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reigniting
you had been reigniting
he/she/it had been reigniting
we had been reigniting
you had been reigniting
they had been reigniting
Conditional
I would reignite
you would reignite
he/she/it would reignite
we would reignite
you would reignite
they would reignite
Past Conditional
I would have reignited
you would have reignited
he/she/it would have reignited
we would have reignited
you would have reignited
they would have reignited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reignite - ignite anew, as of something burning; "The strong winds reignited the cooling embers"
ignite, light - cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat; "Great heat can ignite almost any dry matter"; "Light a cigarette"
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