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blaze1 to burn or shine with or as though with fire. [1/4 definitions]
blister a swollen area of skin that is filled with liquid. A blister is caused by a burn or other injury. [1/4 definitions]
brand a burn mark made on cattle or other animals with a hot iron to show who the owner is. [1/4 definitions]
broil1 to cause (something) to become extremely hot or to burn, especially at the top surface. [1/2 definitions]
burnt a past tense and past participle of burn.
catch to begin to burn. [1/13 definitions]
catch fire to start to burn.
cinder a small piece of partly burned wood or coal that can continue to burn but without a flame.
draft a device that controls the flow of air in a stove or furnace. Fires need the oxygen in air in order to burn. [1/8 definitions]
fireworks devices that burn or explode to make noise, bright lights, or brilliant colors. [1/2 definitions]
flame to burst into or produce flames; burn. [1/4 definitions]
flare to begin to burn brightly (often followed by "up"). [1/5 definitions]
flicker1 to burn or shine in an unsteady way. [1/4 definitions]
ignition the act of starting to burn or being set on fire. [2 definitions]
inflammable able to catch fire and burn, or easy to set on fire and burn; flammable.
kindle1 to start to burn; catch fire. [1/3 definitions]
meteor a bright streak or flash in the sky which occurs when small pieces of space material enter our atmosphere and burn up, often called a shooting star.
scorch to burn slightly. [2/3 definitions]
smolder to burn slowly and with smoke, but with little or no flame. [1/2 definitions]