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conflagrate (verb), conflagrates; conflagrated; conflagrating
1. To cause something to start burning: Janet used a match to conflagrate the charcoal in the barbecue outside on the patio in order to roast their meats.
2. To begin to burn or to burst into flames: The rags which were soaked with benzine quickly conflagrated when they were set on fire by the arsonist.

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