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The synonyms of “Inflamed” are: ablaze, reddened, swollen, puffed up
Inflamed as an Adjective
Definitions of "Inflamed" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “inflamed” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Adorned with tongues of flame.
- Lighted with red light as if with flames.
- (of a part of the body) red or swollen as a result of inflammation.
- (of strong feelings) provoked or intensified.
- Resulting from inflammation; hot and swollen and reddened.
Synonyms of "Inflamed" as an adjective (4 Words)
|ablaze||Keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement.|
His eyes were ablaze with excitement.
|puffed up||Gathered for protruding fullness.|
|reddened||Reddened or suffused with or as if with blood from emotion or exertion.|
Reddened faces around the campfire.
|swollen||Characteristic of false pride; having an exaggerated sense of self-importance.|
So swollen by victory that he was unfit for normal duty.
Usage Examples of "Inflamed" as an adjective
- Inflamed passions overrode reasoning.
- Inflamed eyes and lips.
- Eyes inflamed with crying.
- The inflamed clouds at sunset.
Associations of "Inflamed" (30 Words)
|aggravate||Exasperate or irritate.|
This drug aggravates the pain.
|agitative||Tending to agitate or move (something); involving agitation.|
|anger||Fill someone with anger provoke anger in.|
The news angered him.
An ability to influence the audience and to arouse the masses.
|bulb||Lower or hindmost part of the brain continuous with spinal cord bulb is an old term for medulla oblongata.|
The bulb of a syringe.
|burn||A mark left on something as a result of being burned.|
A fire burned and crackled cheerfully in the grate.
The oily rags combusted spontaneously.
|combustion||The process of burning something.|
A large combustion plant.
|enkindle||Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses.|
The glare from its enkindled roof illumined its innermost recesses.
|enrage||Put into a rage; make violently angry.|
The students were enraged at these new rules.
|erupt||Erupt or intensify suddenly.|
Noise erupted from the drawing room.
|exasperate||Exasperate or irritate.|
This futile process exasperates prison officers.
|flammable||Easily set on fire.|
The use of highly flammable materials.
|furnace||An appliance fired by gas or oil in which air or water is heated to be circulated throughout a building in a heating system.|
Her car was a furnace.
|furor||A sudden outburst (as of protest.|
|heat||A source or level of heat for cooking.|
The fierce heat of the sun.
|ignite||Arouse or inflame (an emotion or situation.|
The ostentatious way of living of the rich ignites the hatred of the poor.
|incendiary||An incendiary bomb or device.|
Every bard was regarded as an incendiary.
|incense||The smoke or perfume of incense.|
|infuriate||Make (someone) extremely angry and impatient.|
I was infuriated by your article.
|inspire||Draw in (air.|
Their past record does not inspire confidence.
|kindle||Become impassioned or excited.|
The young man kindled at once.
|motivate||Request (something) and present facts and arguments in support of one’s request.|
He said he would motivate funds to upgrade the food stalls.
|offend||Cause to feel resentment or indignation.|
Those activities which offend against public order and decency.
|provoke||Evoke or provoke to appear or occur.|
Rachel refused to be provoked.
|pyrotechnic||Relating to fireworks.|
A pyrotechnic display.
|rage||Something that is desired intensely.|
His face turned red with rage.
|smoulder||Smoke coming from a smouldering fire.|
The smoulder suddenly became a blaze.
|tinder||Dry, flammable material, such as wood or paper, used for lighting a fire.|
They slashed down the undergrowth for tinder.
|torch||Tall stalked very woolly mullein with densely packed yellow flowers ancient Greeks and Romans dipped the stalks in tallow for funeral torches.|
The shops had been looted and torched.