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- v. to light or kindle anew
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To light or kindle anew.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To light anew; illuminate again.
- To rekindle; set on fire again.
- To burn again; rekindle; take fire again.
Then, they would relight all fires from the same flame so that the highest and the lowest were secretly connected on the inside, where each hearth and each heart share a common flame.
Went to relight the oven and there was gas still in the oven.
We can relight the exciting parts of our space science program, including Martian sample returns, an expanded life search and the building of sensible and economical astrophysics telescopes.
He breathed slowly, as if wishing to be able to relight them all.
Or one of those trick candles that could relight itself.
After the celebration folks would take embers from the bonfire to their homes to relight the fires in their own hearths.
He makes an effort to relight whatever spark they shared, but she may prove him wrong.
In the dining room, candles would relight after she had left the room.
Teatro Kismet performs its version of The Mermaid Princess and LaLaLuna combines circus and film following a man's attempt to relight the moon when its light is snuffed out.
In return, Bayern's so-called Tulip General is seeking to relight the flame of perfection he first sparked when his Ajax team – which featured, among many other extravagant talents, Jari Litmanen, Frank Rijkaard, Patrick Kluivert, Marc Overmars and Edgar Davids – effectively redefined Total Football.
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