Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Taking or giving out fire; emitting sparks of fire when struck, as with steel; scintillating: as, ignescent stones.
- n. Anything that emits sparks; specifically, a stone or mineral that gives out sparks when struck with steel or iron.
- adj. Emitting sparks of fire when struck with steel; scintillating; as, ignescent stones
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Emitting sparks of fire when struck with steel; scintillating.
- adj. can emit sparks or burst into flame
- Latin ignescens, present participle of ignescere to become inflamed, from ignis fire: compare French ignescent. (Wiktionary)
“Through all the outbursts of her ignescent hate Sister Helen can never lose the ineradicable relics of her human love:”
“According to sources close to Mr. Palin who, describing himself as "more, if possible, reclusive than [his] wife", Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, refused to speak in public, said the find "could conceivably drive the final nail into the nihilistic coffin of the wanton hordes of evolutionists who would import calumnies declaiming God's Message of Creation in the face of the ignescent fires of truth, as evidenced in these recent early fossils.”
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