inflamer

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

inflame + -er.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

inflamer (plural inflamers)

  1. (usually figuratively) Something that inflames.
    • 1920, Arthur W. Knapp, Cocoa and Chocolate[1]:
      Thus, whilst it was praised by many for its "wonderful faculty of quenching thirst, allaying hectic heats, of nourishing and fattening the body," it was seriously condemned by others as an inflamer of the passions!

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