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Instead of just the head of a fire running through trees, the whole perimeter may be aflame.
American participation in the agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions could soon end, adding to tensions in a Middle East that is already aflame (see article).
All of their horses were all evacuated preemptively — for fear that the dry hills nearby would soon be aflame — and the owners said none were hurt.
Athens was aflame with protests, including irate Greeks burning her in effigy, as Merkel became the face of fiscal austerity enforced in the euro area in return for bailouts that kept the currency union whole.
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Definition of aflame for English Language Learners
: burning : on fire
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