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  • Kindling - definition of kindling by The Free Dictionary

    kin·dling (kĭnd′lĭng) n. Easily ignited material, such as dry sticks of wood, used to start a fire. Also called regionally fatwood, lightwood. kindling ...

  • Kindling | Definition of Kindling by Merriam-Webster

    In Davie a few of the Rolling Hills sets were turned into kindling and the first floor of the motel where production offices were set up had been flooded, leaving a ...

  • Kindling | Define Kindling at

    Kindling definition, material that can be readily ignited, used in starting a fire. See more.

  • Kindling (sedative–hypnotic withdrawal) - Wikipedia–hypnotic...

    Kindling due to substance withdrawal refers to the neurological condition which results from repeated withdrawal episodes from sedative–hypnotic drugs such as ...

  • Kindling - Wikipedia

    Kindling is material for firelighting. Kindling may also refer to: Kindling, a 1973 album by Gene Parsons; Kindling, a 1915 film by Cecil B. DeMille

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    Synonyms for kindling at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for kindling.

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  • Kindling dictionary definition | kindling defined

    bits of dry wood or other easily lighted material for starting a fire. Origin of kindling. ME: see kindle

  • Kindling (1915) - IMDb

    Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. With Charlotte Walker, Thomas Meighan, Raymond Hatton, Mrs. Lewis McCord. Pregnant tenement dweller Maggie Schultz is being used by ...

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