- जल्दै गरेको
Adjective(1) keenly excited (especially sexually(2) lighted up by or as by fire or flame, or afire(3) resembling flame in brilliance or color(4) lighted with red light as if with flames
(1) Terrorists also set ablaze several residences.(2) Four shops and three small structures were set ablaze .(3) Eyes ablaze , her mother murmured in harsh undertones.(4) Chessington Library was set ablaze with the result that the main part of the library is unusable due to the roof being unsafe.(5) Churches were ablaze with colour, and gold highlights glittered in the light of many candles.(6) Dozens of town and cities were affected with nearly 9,000 cars set ablaze and more than 3,000 people arrested.(7) Once again the palace was ablaze with lights of all descriptions.(8) The city was ablaze with lights as they approached.(9) Four tonnes of hay and straw were also ablaze inside the barn, which was totally destroyed.(10) He had only gone a short distance down the cross road, when a patrol car came skidding around the corner, its lights ablaze .(11) Festival lights are ablaze everywhere, and it's been raining nonstop for hours.(12) Nikolai waited for them in front of the building, whose curved face was ablaze with light.(13) Almost 3,000 acres of forest were ablaze just south of Emigrant Gap.(14) Darcy looked up at him, his eyes ablaze with fury.(15) The church is being renovated after having been set ablaze during the 1999-2002 riots.(16) And there it would be, the horizon ablaze with light where the gleaming flames of candles met the distant flicker of stars.
(1) set ablaze :: जल्दै गरेको सेट
1. on fire ::
3. passionate ::
4. aflame ::
5. alight ::
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