Radiant with bright color: a maple tree ablaze in autumn. (adjective)
Fervent or excited. (adjective)
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Use "ablaze" in a sentence
"Even if you gulp a glass of butter milk after it you will remain ablaze for the next 24hrs."
"Later there will be fireworks, her name ablaze: MARCELLA."
"To my shame a reputation bent or maimed defamed the image staid, and disrepute disgraced my case, plagued with infamy and ill repute, a name ablaze by imputation as a most unsavoury reputation won or lost or never claimed."