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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rekindle.

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Examples

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    News from www.muscatinejournal.com

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    Local News from Spartanburg Herald Journal

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    WRAL.com Top Stories

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    News from www.muscatinejournal.com

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    Local News from Spartanburg Herald Journal

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

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  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    Firstcoastnews.com Local News

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    Local News from Spartanburg Herald Journal

  • Experts said "rekindles," or re-ignitions of a fire after responders leave an area, can take place several days later from embers that manage to smolder even in damp conditions.

    Local News from Spartanburg Herald Journal

  • A catharsis of sorts rekindles, intoning archaic dreams

    Another View Of A Grand One

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