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reignite, reignites, reignited, reigniting (verb forms)
1. Repeating the burning or starting of the fire: "While raking up more leaves, the strong wind reignited the cooling embers of the previous fire."
2. Starting a burning process or a fire again: "After the rain put out the burning of the brush in the field, the farmer was seen reigniting the piles of trash two days later."
3. To make something; such as, a disagreement or problem that was going away become stronger: "The recent food-poisoning scare has reignited the controversy as to what really caused of the recent E. coli (Escherichia coli) in Europe; especially, in Germany."

"There are fears that job losses will reignite a further dissatisfaction by the people."

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