Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which kindles or animates.
- n. A device attached to a stove for the purpose of bringing in contact with the fuel a mass of easily lighted material, to kindle the fire.
- n. A piece of kindling-wood.
- n. A thin dry stick used to help start a fire.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, kindles, stirs up, or sets on fire.
“February 12th, 2009 at 9: 54 pm dunkin kindler – because the Putins of the world didn’t already conclude George W. Bush was a patsy.”
“In our "Strategy Session": the House Intelligence Committee chairman Peter Hoekstra's complaints about being kept in the dark by the Bush White House and questions about the president's so-called kindler -- kinder, more gentle diplomatic approach.”
“I believe that Peter Rousselot is the best candidate for the job, and that is why I encourage all DPVA members to support him for the Chairmanship. "-" kindler "Fairfax, VA" We are just beginning to emerge from a fractious 2009 state race and a 2010 Congressional hammering.”
““The kindler, gentler, non-human-sacrificial New Fire Ceremony.””
““The kindler, gentler, non-human-sacrificial New Fire Ceremony””
“The kindler, gentler, non-human-sacrificial New Fire Ceremony.”
“Update: With the approach of spring, I was temporarily seized with the milk of human kindness (kindler, gentler, non-human-sacrificial ...).”
“And while Epstein may attempt to take a kindler, gentler tone, the results of his comments on the Century City subway alignment nonetheless can be reduced to a paternalistic: "We 'respect' you, but we know better ... so shut up.”
“Bo Webb, who won the Purpose prize this year for his tireless work on MTR issues also agrees that Alpha is taking a kindler gentler approach to dealing with activists.”
“More than half the country thinks our president is a kindler, gentler communist?”
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