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Definition of Ignite

Ignite

  1. To kindle or set on fire; as, to ignite paper or wood.
  2. To subject to the action of intense heat; to heat strongly; -- often said of incombustible or infusible substances; as, to ignite iron or platinum.
  3. To take fire; to begin to burn.

Ignite Quotations

A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.
Brad Henry

If in my youth I had realized that the sustaining splendour of beauty of with which I was in love would one day flood back into my heart, there to ignite a flame that would torture me without end, how gladly would I have put out the light in my eyes.
Michelangelo

Peace demands the united efforts of us all. Who can foresee what spark might ignite the fuse?
Haile Selassie

I saw as a teacher how, if you take that spark of learning that those children have, and you ignite it, you can take a child from any background to a lifetime of creativity and accomplishment.
Paul Wellstone

Inspiring scenes of people taking the future of their countries into their own hands will ignite greater demands for good governance and political reform elsewhere in the world, including in Asia and in Africa.
William Hague
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Ignite Translations

ignite in Norwegian is antenne

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