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Definition of "igniting" []

  • Present participle of ignite. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "igniting" in a sentence
  • "Despite the conspirators depending upon thermite not igniting from the heat of the jet fuel burning, it appears some of it did, and ignited the thermite earlier than expected."
  • "Today, Chrysler and GM will tell Congress what they've done with federal bailout funds they've been given, again igniting the debate: Is the domestic auto industry worth saving, and if so, what will it look like in the future?"
  • "Odierno played a big part in igniting the Iraqi insurgency: his division treated every Iraqi as an enemy before trouble even started."